Munich Summer Curriculum (MSC) "Electronic Media"
June 21 – August 18, 2017
Arrival: June 20th; Departure: August 19th
New Application Deadline: April 15th, 2017
Dear Prospective Student,
Students from all over the world, attending accredited universities, are invited to participate in an exciting and demanding nine week long Summer Curriculum: "Electronic Media" This program covers subject matter ranging from history and analysis of Media Technology, Media Management, Media Ethics, Media Theory and Communication Sciences to Media Informatics and Human Computer Interaction. The program finishes with a four-week internship at a German media company.
The MSC is offered by The Center for Internet Research and Media Integration (CIM) of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), Germany, in partnership with the University of Cincinnati, Ohio (UC) and The Colorado University at Boulder (CU Boulder), USA.
The MSC program is open to qualified and motivated students with an avid interest in new media and in German culture, language and life. With a minimum of sophomore standing at the inception of the program, students from various majors such as Journalism, Mass Communication, Radio/Television/Film, Broadcasting, Business, Electronic Media and Digital Design are invited to apply. The language of instruction is English. The curriculum is framed by "survival" German language instruction and highlighted by visits to Berlin and Salzburg, to museums, castles, theaters and a hike in the magnificent Alps.
Students can earn up to 9 US semester credits (18 ECTS credits) while attending the MSC, provided that the curriculum is approved by the student’s home institution.
Munich , the Bavarian capital, is a world-class city, known for its extraordinary, cultural attractions, its historical sites and its close proximity to the mountains. And, Munich is a major hub of Germany's media industry!
If interested, continue to explore our site and submit your application to the Munich Summer Curriculum.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Manfred K. Wolfram, Ph.D.
Professor and Head Emeritus
Electronic Media Division
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA