Starting now, Art & Design students present their Bachelor’s theses, projects, workshops, and more, on programme-specific blogs.
These blogs are maintained by the respective students, professors, and faculty members of Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes, and are individually tailored to the artistic needs and topics.
Have fun reading!
In this online exhibition we would like to showcase a selection of student works and inspiring results from workshops and projects.
The word illustrare derives from Latin and means “to shed light on” or “to illuminate”. Illustration combines the classic visual arts such as painting, sketching, and printing with applied graphic forms, and offers a rich and growing field of activity for strong artistic talents.
Our audiovisual culture – our means of communicating, thinking, and feeling – is dominated by digital, interactive, and time-based media. One of the most exciting and forward-looking occupations is developing and producing them professionally.
This web presence is the online portfolio of the Bachelors programme Film + Motion Design.
Game Designers work in all areas concerned with the creation of a new game and may lead the development processes, conceptual design, story development, creation of virtual worlds and characters, and can also take on project management. In order to do so, a wide range of technical and creative knowledge and a lot of passion for the gaming world are important prerequisites.
You can find all about the works and projects of our Game Designers here.
Ever-changing realities require new strategies and storytelling from artists, designers, and engineers. The Masters programme in Media Spaces here combines a broad range of research with creative experiments and practical prototyping.
The goal is to satisfy the needs of the aesthetic, social interaction, games, information, and knowledge, and to offer improved communication strategies to brands, companies, and organizations.
Working with photos does not automatically mean you have to be an independent photographer. With a bachelor’s degree in Photography, a whole world of career options is open to you, including image editor, art buyer, retoucher, or curator.
Here you can find further information about our Photography course at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences. Get inspired!
Communication is everything: ads, book covers, magazines, logos, apps, interfaces, webdesign, or packaging design. Every day we encounter hundreds of visual messages.
Our Bachelor students of the programme Communication Design are using their chance to work on kreative projects and to experiment already during their studies.
Visit the study programme's blog and have a glimpe into their artistic works.