YOUR CULTURE AND MEDIA EDUCATION STUDIES: BETWEEN MEDIA AND PEOPLE.
Are you passionate about culture and media and want to share your enthusiasm with others? Then you are ready for your IU studies in Culture and Media Education at the IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU). Take a close look at the limits and potentials of today's media landscape, learn to better understand cultural trends. And find out how you can best pass on this knowledge to children, young people, adults, senior citizens or people with disabilities.
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Choose how you want to study Cultural and Media Education at IU
You can complete your Bachelor's degree in Cultural and Media Education at IU by distance learning. Here you can find out how your studies at IU work and what your advantages are in the distance learning study model.
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Why you should study Cultural and Media Education
The reflective use of media is especially important now that misinformation is lurking around every corner. As a student of Cultural and Media Education, you have the skills to support children, young people and adults in using media in a targeted way. In order to find the information they are looking for, to learn successfully and to communicate. During your studies, you will acquire the knowledge you need for this aim.
Your career options multiply with your degree. Academics are preferred for many jobs, especially for higher positions. Studying is also an experience in itself. For many graduates, their time at university is one of the best of their lives. One thing is certain: lifelong learning is fun. Especially at IU.
Your IU Studies in Cultural and Media Education
In your Bachelor's degree in Cultural and Media Education, you will study the theoretical foundations in the fields of education, cultural and media theory, media effects research and cultural education. In addition to theory, you will also learn about practice. Already during your studies, you will work on your own practical project in the area of cultural and media education.
The basics of image and video editing are also part of your Bachelor's degree. This is the perfect way to prepare yourself for your responsible educational task. You can also specialise during your studies. For example, in the production of media offers, digital education or cultural management.
A look into the future: what you will do after graduation
The importance of cultural and media educators is growing in the face of the flood of fake news and false reports that are spread especially via social media. Experts who increase the media competences of broad target groups with the help of teaching materials and strategic concepts are therefore in high demand.
After graduating in Cultural and Media Education, your career prospects are rosy. Whether as a media educator for different learning formats at schools, museums, in senior citizen work or as an employee in research institutions - your Bachelor's degree will open doors.
The most important questions about studying Cultural and Media Education
Your numerus clausus (NC) is irrelevant for the distance learning programme at IU. There is also no lengthy selection procedure. What counts is you. We would be happy to talk to you personally to find out about your strengths and talents. Tell us what goals you are pursuing with your studies, and we will advise you individually.
You can currently complete your Bachelor's degree in Culture and Media Education at the Virtual Campus anywhere in Germany. 100% flexible, whenever and wherever you like.
Yes, this is also possible at IU. In addition to the entrance qualification in the form of an Abitur or Fachabitur, interested students without an Abitur also have the opportunity to enter our Bachelor's programme. You can study Cultural and Media Education without an Abitur if you have completed an advanced training course, have a master craftsman's certificate or have at least two years of vocational training and at least three years of professional experience.
The Cultural and Media Education Bachelor's programme lasts for 36, 48 or 72 months. The actual duration depends on which time model you choose. Even if you need more time and semesters for your studies, this is absolutely no problem. We are happy to help you.
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