Minor of the professional bachelor Multimedia & Communication technology
- Does your heart starts beating faster upon hearing the words human- technology and creative thinking?
- Open to students in Multimedia Studies
- Get inspired by our mix of technology, interaction and creative thinking
- Study in an international classroom: A perfect introduction to an international career.
- You will be guided through this programme by highly skilled professionals and dedicated teachers
- Language? English spoken
- And….. free classes Dutch language!
- When? Spring semester only
What to expect?
This is your chance to create and design. Writing interesting and compelling narratives, you will draw on different technologies such as the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality to find solutions to real-life challenges. User experience and Interaction are key to everything you do in this semester.
Who can enroll?
This programme is presented to you by the faculty of Science & Technology and is open for students in the field of Multimedia.
Creative Technologies & Interaction offers a fine selection of courses of the professional bachelor Multimedia & Communication technology, a degree programme entirely in English. Therefore, classes will be attended by both international degree students and exchange students, thus creating a real international experience.
Prior knowledge required:
In order to be eligible to this programme, students need to have a background in Multimedia and have prior knowledge in programming.
|Projects||Creation and Experience||10|
|Business and interaction||10|
|Courses||New product development||5|
|New technology – What’s NxT||5|
|Advanced AV Productions||5|
|Dutch as a foreign ’language (two levels)||3|
|Science, Technology & Society||5|
|Innovation Bootcamp (e-course)
Stuttgart & Amsterdam
Project “Creation and Experience” (10 credits)
As a digital strategist, you need to generate workable ideas that meet specific customer needs. In this module you will create digital 3D content with a clear focus on the experience of the users. You will build interactive and virtual experiences for specific clients.
Your seminars focus on:
- 3D Development and 3D Creation
- Experience Design and Virtual Storytelling
- Team projects (duo) creation + producing
Project “Business and interaction” (10 credits)
Working with companies, you will analyze digital strategy, devise NxT solutions for marketing and work on product development.
This project will focus on:
- How to set up new immersive advertising formats
- Help businesses set up and implement digital transformations
- Find out how multimedia can be used in different settings (industry, business, training)
- Specialise yourself in UX Design and Interaction Design
Programme (30 credits)
You can design your own programme with a minimum of 20 credits and a maximum of 35 credits. You can select one or two projects of 10 credits. Further, you can choose freely between the other components of the programme in order to have a full programme.
The Innovation Bootcamp
The Innovation Bootcamp is an intensive week organized by the Hochschule der Medien (HdM) in Stuttgart, Germany, in collaboration with the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (HvA) in The Netherlands, and Karel de Grote University College (KdG), Belgium.
The Bootcamp will take place in May. The intensive week will take place in Stuttgart and in Amsterdam. Expenses related to travel and accommodation are on students own cost.
The number of participants is limited.
Dutch Foreign Language level 1A: (for credits or not for credits)
KdG offers free Dutch language courses for all exchange students:
- Evening classes
- Courses take place at the Faculty of Management & IT at Campus Groenplaats, in the center of Antwerp
- You can choose whether you would like to do the course for credits (thus part if your learning agreement) or without credits.
Soon a detailed and updated course description for the academic year 20/21 will be available.
Spring semester 2021 (last week of January – June)
Welcoming Days: 4-5 February 2021
Study in Antwerp, Belgium
Antwerp, in the heart of Europe
- Vibrant city of learning with more than 44,000 students
- Home to the second-largest port in Europe
Diamond capital of the world
Thriving fashion industry
Cultural heritage of world renown
- Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris and London all within easy reach
Antwerp, city for students
Antwerp has over 44,000 students. On a total of 511,000 inhabitants, that's a lot!
GATE15 works hard for a student-friendly city: sufficient and high-quality housing, a clean and safe student district, cheap rental bikes, cultural offers with great discounts, affordable and safe party areas, clear policies with respect to mounting posters and ragging, and much more.
Antwerp, city for students. An Introduction
This is Antwerp
What do other students say about Antwerp?
How to apply?
English language requirements
As the entire programme is taught in English, you should master the English language sufficiently to participate actively in the courses. Level B2 is strongly recommended.
If you are not proficient enough in English to participate actively in the courses, there is always the risk of failing assignments or examinations. This is entirely the responsibility of the sending institution.
Students can take English (or other) language lessons on their own expense in the language center of the University of Antwerp (Linguapolis). Applications and fees are to be arranged directly with Linguapolis.
Who can apply?
All students enrolled to Multimedia Studies or a strongly related study field studying at one of our partners schools can apply. If your school does not have a partnership within the study field multimedia, please ask the coordinator at your international office to contact us.
How to apply?
Ask your home institution to send your nomination to our international coordinator Cynthia Plette. When you are accepted you will receive an email confirming your nomination. You will receive a nomination file that you are to fill in and send back to the coordinator by mail. KdG will upload this nomination file to Mobility Online.
Afterwards, you’ll receive a nomination mail. This mail contains a manual on how to use Mobility Online and also the necessary information to log into Mobility Online (login and password).
Free mover or recently graduated?
Please contact the coordinator email@example.com
How to register?
In the workflow of Mobility Online, you’ll need to complete different steps, starting with your registration. After you’ve registered you will have to complete the application details and add several documents. Once your application is approved, you are invited to compose and sign the Learning Agreement.
Each step will be checked and - if everything goes right - approved by the coordinator at KdG. The application is complete when you enter the step: [AI] Exchange confirmed by KdG.
All these steps have to be completed well before arrival.
Read the Mobility Online manual.
Antwerp, Belgium – everything close by
International classroom – mix of local and international students
Real life – all hands on deck during project work
Strong network – partnerships with benefits for everyone
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