This program will enable students to develop a series of short films through being taught via a blended learning approach. The curriculum incorporates the latest industry technology and meets the contemporary digital standards.
This program will give students a strong foundation in design. It will help students develop a creative mindset with the dedicated support of our expert faculty, who have years of top industry experience.
Students will be given a strong foundation in the creative industry in this program. They will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge as they explore different approaches to illustration.
In this program, students will have the opportunity to explore how people can convey messages and meaning through a diverse range of media - from illustration and motion to digital forms. It will help students develop new skills in language and design.
As a communication designer or graphic designer, you'll find the best visual and creative expression for all messages, thereby resolving the issues that arise in design.
UE’s practice-oriented Film + Motion Design programme teaches and tests basic methods, concepts and techniques for the design of time-based media. From camera work and sound design to analogue stop-motion animation, CGI and 3D modelling to digital compositing, hybrid film and visual music, the course offers a broad spectrum of possibilities for creative expression.
Game Design at our university is practice oriented, in order to pave your way into the job from the very beginning. As a student, you will receive an overview of the economy, culture, and markets around computer games, from AAA over indie games to experimental formats.
The Illustration program at the University of Applied Sciences Europe combines the classical arts such as painting, drawing and printmaking with the fascination of contemporary design using modern, digital techniques.
We were among the first German private universities to establish a photography programme. During your studies, you’ll familiarise yourself with and try out various photographic genres, such as portrait, fashion, art, and documentary.
Studying UX/UI at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences will provide you with a highly dynamic and interdisciplinary education in one of the creative industries’ most relevant areas. You will acquire hands-on knowledge of your discipline through collaboration with industry partners and practical experiences.
Learn how to utilize code and algorithms to create highly engaging interactive, tangible and physical interfaces for next-level products and services. The Creative Computing Master’s is a graduate course that focuses on the significance of data and coding in digital design and computational art.
This new Master programme “Innovation Design Management” is positioned right at the intersection of design and business. It wants to shape individuals who accept these complex, fast-paced challenges and who take an integrated approach with strategies that combine the best of design, business, and technology.
In the 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.
This English-language master’s programme stands out from other courses in this field due to its emphasis on staged photography. The way artworks are presented both in traditional photo exhibitions and installations is a key focus on this programme.
Our master's degree in communication design at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) is a modern study programme that combines creativity and critical analysis of contemporary media with the latest industry tools. Students will be equipped with the skills necessary to succeed in exciting careers within a range of design roles.
In our Visual & Experience Design master’s programme, students will gain an understanding of innovations in digital, computational and physical interactions that permeate our daily lives. All topics will be delivered in sequential clusters, allowing the students to acquire and apply theories to real contexts, as well as to envision entirely new scenarios.