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6 reasons why to study with us

Crossmedia works
learn how to create crossmedia stories.
Smart stories
Become a smart storyteller.
Content is king
Use the latest content management tools.
Innovation
Innovation management is actually really fun!
Learning together
You will work in international teams
Bring in your expertise
So, what are you waiting for?

Minor Journalism and Communication Management

Our international semester is tightly integrated in our curriculum in the sixth semester right after internship. Our students can use the wide range of our exchange network to study abroad. Those staying here in Stuttgart will participate in our English speaking Minor „Journalism and Communication Management“. They will serve as „buddies“ for our incoming students from around the world. To find out more about our study program, please see below or our official description in English.


Incomings: Minor Journalism and Communication Management

We welcome students from around the world to study for one semester at Stuttgart Media University to study our integrated minor program „Journalism and Communication Management“. The programme puts a strong emphasis on innovation and leadership in disciplines like crossmedia journalism and corporate communications. It is suitable for all bachelor students with at least 2 years of study who are interested in learning more about innovative content strategies and multimedia production across platforms as well as about corporate communication strategies. The programme encompasses 30 ECTS in total. The minor program starts every year in March and October. Additionally, we recommend to take a German language course and maybe opt for an internship or work & travel after the study program (Minor Innovative Content Strategies as PDF).

 


Here’s what our international students have to say:

 

First-hand impressions of Japan

I study at the Aichi Shukutoku University in Nagoya, Japan, because they offer me the opportunity to better my language skills as well as get first-hand impressions of the Japanese culture.

Jasmin Hauer

5. Semester Public Relations
currently @ Aichi Shukutoku University in Nagoya, Japan

2017-11-21T12:53:36+00:00

Jasmin Hauer

5. Semester Public Relations
currently @ Aichi Shukutoku University in Nagoya, Japan

I study at the Aichi Shukutoku University in Nagoya, Japan, because they offer me the opportunity to better my language skills as well as get first-hand impressions of the Japanese culture.

New Friendships!

I study at the DMJX in Aarhus to make international friends - and I always wanted to visit Scandinavia.

Laura-Sophie Quickert

5. Semester Public Relations
currently @ Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in Aarhus

2017-11-28T13:16:39+00:00

Laura-Sophie Quickert

5. Semester Public Relations
currently @ Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in Aarhus

I study at the DMJX in Aarhus to make international friends - and I always wanted to visit Scandinavia.

The grass is greener in Scotland

I study at the University of the West of Scotland because Scotland offers me everything I expect for my life studying abroad: great people, incredible landscape and interesting university modules.

Adriane Hendlmeier

5. Semester Public Relations
currently @ University of the West of Scotland in Ayr, Scotland

2017-11-21T12:24:06+00:00

Adriane Hendlmeier

5. Semester Public Relations
currently @ University of the West of Scotland in Ayr, Scotland

I study at the University of the West of Scotland because Scotland offers me everything I expect for my life studying abroad: great people, incredible landscape and interesting university modules.

Studying with the „hygge-feeling“

I study at the DMJX in Aarhus, because I was really interested in the corporate communication programme and experiencing the typically Danish “hygge-feeling”.

Isabelle Jentner

6. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in Aarhus

2017-11-28T13:19:23+00:00

Isabelle Jentner

6. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in Aarhus

I study at the DMJX in Aarhus, because I was really interested in the corporate communication programme and experiencing the typically Danish “hygge-feeling”.

Erasmus-CR: Off to Holland!

I'm studying at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, because I love to be surrounded by mountains of Stroopwaffels. Besides, I have the opportunity to learn how journalism works on an international level.

Valentina Kress

6. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Netherlands

2017-11-21T11:41:16+00:00

Valentina Kress

6. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Netherlands

I'm studying at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, because I love to be surrounded by mountains of Stroopwaffels. Besides, I have the opportunity to learn how journalism works on an international level.

Studying with an ocean breeze

I study at the University of the West of Scotland because the country is very inspiring, the people are great and, most importantly, I get to live at the seaside.

Muriel Gévaudan

5. Semester Public Relations
currently @ University of the West of Scotland in Ayr, Scotland

2017-11-21T12:19:03+00:00

Muriel Gévaudan

5. Semester Public Relations
currently @ University of the West of Scotland in Ayr, Scotland

I study at the University of the West of Scotland because the country is very inspiring, the people are great and, most importantly, I get to live at the seaside.

New Age Journalism: India!

I study at the Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, because the technology and the mindset of the people in India is very progressive compared to Germany.

Aline Spantig

5. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, India

2017-11-21T12:16:56+00:00

Aline Spantig

5. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, India

I study at the Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, because the technology and the mindset of the people in India is very progressive compared to Germany.

Antwerp: an optimal complement to the CR/PR programme

“I study at the Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool in Antwerp, because the course contents are an optimal complement to the CR/PR programme and the offered courses are very diverse - from Photoshop to Public Affairs.”

Wibke Kroll

6. Semester Public Relations
currently @ Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool in Antwerp, Belgium

2017-11-25T16:58:02+00:00

Wibke Kroll

6. Semester Public Relations
currently @ Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool in Antwerp, Belgium

“I study at the Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool in Antwerp, because the course contents are an optimal complement to the CR/PR programme and the offered courses are very diverse - from Photoshop to Public Affairs.”

Creativity Down Under

I study at the Swinburne University of Technology because I can not only study film theory and film technology but can also engage in many creative activities.

Geraldine Nirschl

5. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia

2017-11-30T12:00:08+00:00

Geraldine Nirschl

5. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia

I study at the Swinburne University of Technology because I can not only study film theory and film technology but can also engage in many creative activities.

Chennai: pioneers in mobile journalism

I study at the Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, because mobile journalism is the future and the ACJ offer the opportunity to work with the pioneer Devadas Rajaram.

Marvin Graewert

6. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, India

2017-11-21T12:33:04+00:00

Marvin Graewert

6. Semester Crossmedia-Redaktion
currently @ Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, India

I study at the Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, because mobile journalism is the future and the ACJ offer the opportunity to work with the pioneer Devadas Rajaram.

 


Outgoings: Applications Process & Exchange Network

You want to go abroad? Yeah – right decision.
You will find all necessary information at our International Office or AAA Akademische Auslandsamt (lovely German word). Please make sure to check the requirements for the application process.

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Checkliste Auslandssemester


Map of Incomings

Studying at the Media University Stuttgart helps you to connect to other professionals and to build your personal network. From which countries and universities do international students come from? Find out by taking a look at the following map:


International Projects

  • European Media Cloud Campus (link)
  • Creative Danube