Filmic craft, artistic approaches and comprehensive technical and theoretical expertise: This is what the seven-semester Bachelor's programme Motion Pictures teaches in an attractive and future-oriented education. In the process, the students acquire the skills necessary in the film and television industry in creative workshops with a practical orientation. The excellent facilities at the Dieburg Media Campus with modern camera and sound technology as well as a fully-fledged TV studio enable students to gain a wide range of experience. You can find more in-depth information about the study programme on the website of the Faculty of Media.
Graduates with a Bachelor's degree have a whole range of job opportunities open to them. In the field of film and video, they work from the artistic-creative to the industrial sector, contributing to innovative cinematic projects, television series or new media concepts. Students work in planning and pre-production, script development, directing as well as camera work or in post-production. Alternatively, there is the possibility of directly completing a Master's programme, which qualifies students for management tasks in the creative industry, but also for activities in research and development.
Building on the Bachelor's degree, the following Master's programmes are possible:
Expanded Media - Master of Arts
In seven semesters, the modules of the Bachelor's programme Motion Pictures teach the requirements specified by the job description. The students deal with media design, media technology, media management, media theory, media psychology and media law. In addition, elective subjects allow for intensive study of special topics. Teaching takes place in an international environment and largely in English. In the last semester, students work on their Bachelor's thesis. A detailed description of the course content can be found in the module manual (German).
The prerequisite for the Bachelor's degree programme is a Fachhochschulreife. In addition, applicants should have good English language skills and sufficient knowledge of German. A central component of the selection process is the aptitude test. This consists of a technical interview and the completion of special papers and the solution of specified tasks in the practical part.
Admission requirements include the following school-leaving qualifications
- General higher education entrance qualification
- Subject-related higher education entrance qualification valid in Hesse
- University of Applied Sciences entrance qualification valid in Hesse
A detailed description of the admission requirements can be found in the Special Provisions of the Examination Regulations (German) and in the Aptitude Test Statutes (special statutes due to the covid 19 pandemic) (German).