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Digital Media Master of Arts


Digital Media Master of Arts

The two-year, international Master program of Digital Media expands and deepens the Bachelor's knowledge. It provides a bridge towards academic work and the topics of current scientific research. Here, students from dozens of nations work in an international and intercultural community.

Digital Media has appeared in nearly all fields of our private and economic lifes, but it is also emerging as a scientific discipline -
a field of research that goes further than just combining the knowledge of designers and computer scientists: It also takes their different communities seriously, taking their respective approaches and attitudes into account. The comprehensive international Master of Digital Media program of study in Bremen seeks for excellence in design, informatics and media theory alike.

To achieve this, our two-year program is jointly offered by the University of the Arts Bremen (HfK) and the University of Bremen (UNI). The language of instruction is English.

The students enrolled at the HfK study with a focus on media design. They take relevant informatics courses at the UNI. They receive the degree of "Master of Arts" (M.A.) upon successful completion of the program. The UNI students of the Digital Media program receive the degree of "Master of Science" (M.Sc.). They in turn focus on media informatics and take relevant design courses at the HfK.

For complete information about the application process and requirements, please go to the program’s website:

Important dates for application

  • 1 April until 31 May 2022: online application deadline
  • 1 May until 31 May 2022: application for studies (for higher semesters / university changers)
  • until 16 June 2022: invitations for the interviews will be send to
    applicants who passed the first part of the selection process (only for
    M.A. applicants)
  • 28 June until 30 June 2022: Interviews for the M.A. applicants
  • Beginning of July 2022: Results of the selection process will be published (M.A.)
  • 10 October 2022: lecture start winter semester 2022/2023