About the course
Our society is becoming more mobile: terms like “space” and “distance” are undergoing a fundamental transformation thanks to digital media. Today, there’s a whole sector of industry devoted to communicating and producing information, brands, and experiences in media spaces.

The University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) provides you with the skills to transform communication within virtual and physical spaces into inspiring and lasting experiences. In the New Media Design (before Media Spaces) master’s programme, you’ll learn how to analyse and locate spatial, moving, and non-linear forms of expression and how to apply them to your own spatial concepts. You’ll be in the perfect position to develop complex and advanced design and technological solutions for challenges of a multi-disciplinary nature thanks to the sound media competence you’ll have as a graduate.
Intake Months
March, September
Delivery Locations
C227299
Qualification
Masters Degree
Duration
2 Years
English language requirements
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6.5

University of Europe for Applied Sciences

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The University of Europe for Applied Sciences, shortened as UE, is a private, for-profit university in Germany with its main campus and administrative headquarters in Iserlohn and two further campuses in Berlin and Hamburg.
It was formed in 2017 as the University of Applied Sciences Europe by a merger of the Business and Information Technology School and the Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule. The university was previously owned by the American company Laureate Education and was acquired by Global University Systems in 2018. In October 2020, the university changed its name to University of Europe for Applied Sciences.
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Dessauer Str. 3-5, 10963 Berlin

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Berlin campus is located at Dessauer Straße 3–5 in the Kreuzberg district near the original campus of the Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule (BTK) and it is right at the heart of the multicultural metropolis.