Media content production and design is an increasingly important, steadily growing sector of the economy, which demands the highest levels of expertise and creativity from employees.
Due to the well-founded education, you will be able to work in professional fields such as planning, conception, development, design, consulting and technical sales. Possible professional areas are:
- Interactive entertainment and teaching/learning media
- Interactive media installation
- Mobile (business) applications
- Game Engineering
- Information visualisation
- Online presence
- Motion picture (video and animation)
- Studio technology and production
- TV and radio production
- Event and performance
- Video and audio technology
- Media design (moving image and audio)
- Experimental media production
Are you destined for one of these jobs?
Sound designer (video, film, TV or radio)
Sound designers take care of everything connected with a media product’s soundtrack. They are involved in all stages of media production – from the initial ideas and planning to recording speech, sound effects and music, as well as mixing and mastering in post-production.
Video producer, video technician or production manager
People in these roles are involved in the creation of film, video and TV productions – either on the technical side (e.g. video technician, digital image technician or camera assistant), the creative side (e.g. camera operator, managing editor or 2D/3D operator), or the corporate/organisational side (e.g. video/TV producer, broadcast designer or production manager).
Application developer, solution engineer, usability engineer, (mobile) web designer
These people are experts in the programming, usability and/or design of internet applications. They create and implement applications and installations for specific target groups based on a brief for a range of mobile and other devices. In addition to their expert know-how, they require very good communication, organisational and team-working skills. They also need to be creative and able to work under pressure.