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  1. Journalism & Media Management

    Das Studium Journalismus & Medienmanagement beschäftigt sich mit den Herausforderungen der Kommunikation und des Managements der vier Mediengattungen Print, TV, Online, und Radio. Das Bachelorstudium gliedert sich in die Fächer „Kick-Off-Workshop“, „Grundlagen von Medien und Wirtschaft“, „Europäische und österreichische Medienlandschaft“, „Media and Culture“, „Medien und Gesellschaft“, „Kommunikationsberufe im Wandel“, „Medientechnik und Medienpraxis“, „Sprache und Stil“, „Kommunikation, Argumentation, Präsentation“, „Grundlagen des wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens“, „Fachspezifische Grundbegriffe in Englisch“, „Grundlagen des Medienmanagements“, „Medien- und Kommunikationspolitik“, „Visuelle Kommunikation für Print und Multimedia“, „Printmedien“, „Einführung in die empirische Sozialforschung, „Einführung in kommunikationswissenschaftliches Denken und Journalistik“, „Fachenglisch“, „Bürgerliches Recht und Wirtschaftsrecht“, „Medienrecht“, „Mediaplanung und Mediaforschung“, „Medienkonvergenz“, „Fernsehen“, „Vertiefung Journalismus“, Oder „Vertiefung Medienmanagement“, „Workshop Status und Evaluation“, „Urheberrecht“, „Arbeitsrecht“, „Medienethik und journalistische Ethik“, „Hörfunk“, „Visuelle Kommunikation für Fernsehen“, „Multimedia“, „Organisationskommunikation“, „Projektmanagement“, „Atelier“, „Englisch – Vertiefung“, „und „Reflexion und Berufsvorbereitung“. Ein fünfzehnwöchiges Berufspraktikum ist zu absolvieren. Vor Abschluss des Studiums sind zwei Bachelorarbeiten zu verfassen und eine Bachelorprüfung abz ...

    Provider NameFHW – Fachhochschul-Studiengänge Betriebs- und Forschungseinrichtungen der Wiener Wirtschaft GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  2. Journalism & New Media

    The degree programme in Journalism & New Media deals with the challenges of communication and the management of new types of media such as multimedia, social media and online journalism. The master's programme consists of the subjects of “Topic identification, research and structure”, “Content formats 1 – Online Journalism”, “Content formats 2 – Interview and Portrait”, “Content formats 3 – Report, Coverage and Feature”, “Content formats 4”, “Print Media”, “Visual Communication for Print and Multimedia”, “Digital Journalism Bootcamp“, “New Media Trends“, “Social Media”, “Reflection and Criticism”, “Communication and Media Theory”, “Austrian Journalism Culture”, “TV & Video”, “Radio & Audio”, “Multimedia”, “Media Law”, “Copyright”, “Media Research”, “Journalism in the European Context”, “International Media”, “Media Ethics and Leadership Ethics”, “Atelier”, “Media Economics”, “Media Research and Media Planning”, “Leadership Skills for Occupations in the Media”, “Labour and Business Law for Executives” and “master’s thesis seminar”. To complete the programme students have to write a master’s thesis and pass a master’s examination. A semester abroad at one of the partner higher education institutions is possible. ...

    Provider NameFHW – Fachhochschul-Studiengänge Betriebs- und Forschungseinrichtungen der Wiener Wirtschaft GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  3. InterMedia

    The discipline of InterMedia deals with creative tasks in media production. Of special relevance are economic, psychological and technical issues. The bachelor's programme lasts six semesters and includes the following subjects: Design: form, colour, Design: space, Typography, colour, visualising, Theory and history of design (1st semester); Fundamentals of typography and layout, Fundamentals of photography, Writing and editing skills, Media psychology (2nd semester); Design of interactive systems, Fundamentals of video production, Marketing communication, Management of media projects (3rd semester); Interdisciplinary media production, Models of best practice in design, Media ethics, Media informatics: Media distribution (4th semester); Media coverage, Methods of scientific research, English 5: Meetings and Discussions (5th semester); Cross-media production, Applied media law, Basics of media calculation (6th semester). A study period abroad at one of the international partner universities is recommended for the 4th semester. Students have to complete an internship in the field of media production (profit or non-profit sector) of ten weeks in Austria or abroad. They also have to write two bachelor's theses. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Vorarlberg GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Vorarlberg
  4. InterMedia

    The discipline InterMedia deals with creative tasks in media production. Of special relevance are design of visual communication, design in open environments and design in synthetic, multi-dimensional environments. The master's programme lasts four semesters and includes the following subjects: Focus project 1, project seminar, visual media studies (1st semester); Media project workshop (2 out of 5 must be chosen: video, photography, print, interactive media, computer animation), focus workshop, compulsory electives (2nd semester); focus project 2, design research, thesis seminar, focus seminar 2 (3rd semester); master’s thesis, Innovation as a market chance, focus workshop 2 (4th semester). In the framework of the master’s thesis students must work on a research question and carry out a practical assignment. The programme concludes with an oral master’s examination. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Vorarlberg GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Vorarlberg
  5. Management, Communication & IT

    The discipline of Management, Communication & IT deals with the conception of innovative IT solutions for communication between companies and their customers at the interface of business administration and IT. The bachelor's programme lasts four semesters and includes the following subjects: Communication, Corporate communication (English, project management), IT, Information and Communication Technologies (Databases & systems development, system planning, trends in business informatics), Management & Business Administration (accounting, empirical social research & statistics, international marketing & sales, personnel management, company foundation & business plan), specialisation: eHealth and eLearning or Digital Arts & Media and eTourism. In the 6th semester students have to do a 15-week integrative professional internship in Austria or abroad. Students have the possibility to study a semester at one of the numerous partner universities abroad. They have to write two bachelor's theses. The programme concludes with a bachelor's examination. ...

    Provider NameMCI Management Center Innsbruck Internationale Hochschule GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Tirol
  6. Management, Communication & IT (E)

    The master's programme in Management, Communication & IT trains students to become digitisation experts. They will be able to take on positions with entrepreneurial tasks, rely on sound management and marketing expertise and be familiar with the innovative application of information and communication technologies. This programme is aimed in particular at people with a pronounced organisational interest in the digital world and the goal of qualifying as an executive or organisational manager. Our graduates often choose e.g. a career in consulting in the communications or creative industries, in the IT sector or decide to establish a successful start-up. The unique master’s programme in Management, Communication & IT is dedicated to the important topics of information and communication technologies in management to improve competitiveness and the design of communication structures between companies and customers. By means of an intensive dialogue with economic experts, in combination with research and practical projects, the students will acquire skills in the areas of management, communication and IT and be able to process and implement concrete applications by means of innovative IT solutions. There is a great demand on the job market for graduates with this profile who think entrepreneurially. Students can spend a semester at one of the MCI’s numerous partner universities and/or write their master’s thesis abroad. Moreover, several study tours, e.g. the Silicon Valley Experience, lectures with real IT ...

    Provider NameMCI Management Center Innsbruck Internationale Hochschule GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Tirol
  7. Marketing & Communication Management

    The degree programme in Marketing & Communication Management covers business administration basics, communication and media theory, and specialist knowledge in marketing and communication management. The bachelor's programme consists of the modules of “Communication” with subjects such as “Media Theory & Practice” or “Communication & Advertising Psychology”; “Marketing” with subjects such as “Strategic Marketing” or “Brand Management”; “Complementary Skills” with subjects such as “Presentation and Communication Techniques” or “Negotiation & Sales Training”; “Basic Skills” with subjects such as “Information Technology” or “Budgeting, Financing & Controlling”; and “Complementary Skills” with an internship. A study period abroad is compulsory. To complete the programme students have to complete two internships and write a bachelor's thesis. The programme includes a study period abroad (International Week). ...

    Provider NameFH Kufstein Tirol Bildungs GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Tirol
  8. Communication, Media, Sound and Interaction Design

    The master’s programme focuses on the design of media content as well as communication and interaction processes. The whole education is complemented by project assignments which are provided for in the curriculum. The intensive “real world projects” in the form of cooperations with the Creative Industries but also with cultural institutions such as festivals, media centres, etc. enable students an intensive collaboration with renowned organisations and companies already during their studies. In the course of their studies students thus have the opportunity to establish contacts with potential clients and employers. Towards the end of the degree programme students have to write a thesis in the framework of a special seminar. This thesis concludes the degree programme and serves to prove the student’s capability to work academically. ...

    Provider NameFH Joanneum GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  9. Journalism and Public Relations (PR)

    Das Studium verbindet die beiden Ausbildungsschienen Journalismus und Public Relations miteinander. Zusätzlich zu den Lehrveranstaltungen werden Special Media Lectures, Podiumsdiskussionen und Workshops angeboten. Durch zahlreiche Kooperationen mit Medienunternehmen wird eine praxisorientierte Ausbildung ermöglicht, welche das Ziel hat, eine fundierte Berufsvorbildung zu sichern. Dies geschieht ab dem zweiten Semester. Die Studierenden lernen den Wert von Teamarbeit kennen, müssen organisieren und termingerecht produzieren. Das fünfte Semester sieht ein Pflichtpraktikum als JournalistIn oder PR-AssistentIn im In- oder im Ausland vor. Um das Studium erfolgreich abzuschließen, sind zwei Bachelorarbeiten zu verfassen, wobei die erste Arbeit den Abschluss des vierten Semesters bildet. Die zweite bildet das Studienende nach dem sechsten Semester. ...

    Provider NameFH Joanneum GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  10. Exhibition Design

    Im Zentrum der Ausbildung steht die Vermittlung gestalterischer und technologischer Kompetenzen, insbesondere die Konzeption und Realisation von historischen, kulturhistorischen und naturwissenschaftlichen Ausstellungen, sowie die Gestaltung von Kunstausstellungen. Im Rahmen des Masterstudiums wird in Form von Themenblöcken unterrichtet, welche den etablierten arbeitsteiligen Prozessen im modernen Ausstellungs- und Museumswesen entsprechen. Anhand der Blöcke „Exhibition Studies“, „Product Presentation“, „Museum Studies“ und „Technische Grundlagen“ soll das Erlernen von theoretischen und praktischen Voraussetzungen gesichert werden. Projektarbeiten in Kooperation mit internationalen und lokalen musealen Institutionen und Einrichtungen werden somit stark ins Studium integriert. Um das Studium erfolgreich abzuschließen, ist eine Masterarbeit zu verfassen, diese stellt eine Dokumentation der erlernten Fähigkeiten dar. ...

    Provider NameFH Joanneum GmbH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark

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