Programme

An AP Degree Programme in Multimedia Design and Communication qualifies students for key functions within a number of trades and industries. Typical areas of work would be multimedia companies, service providers, production companies and educational institutions, both within the private and the public sector. You will work with subjects like communication and dissemination theories, construction of websites, graphic design, audio/video and 3D animation, aesthetics, marketing, journalism, IT systems and data communication.

The programme covers four semesters - each lasting 6 months - and contains a compulsory part and an elective part. The compulsory part contains courses within the following subject areas:

  • Business
  • Communication strategy and dissemination
  • Design and visualisation
  • Interaction

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1st semester2nd semester3rd semester4th semester

Innovation, business 
knowledge and project management
(5 ECTS)

Communication strategy 
and dissemination
(7,5 ECTS)

Process and method, 
digtal design, digital aethetics and 
interface design
(10ECTS)

Interaction construction 
and modelling
(7,5 ECTS)

Innovation, business 
knowledge and project management
(5 ECTS)

Communication strategy
and dissemination
(7,5 ECTS)

Process and method, 
digtal design, digital aethetics and interface 
design
(10 ECTS)

Interaction construction 
and modelling
(7,5 ECTS)

Electives 
(10 ECTS)

Communication strategy
and dissemination
(5 ECTS)

Design and visualisation
(5 ECTS)

Interaction and databases
(10 ECTS)

Internship 
(15 ECTS)

Main project
(15 ECTS)

 

Internship

During your fourth semester, you must complete a three month internship in a company either in Denmark or abroad. This gives you an opportunity to develop a unique profile through in-depth study of topics of particular interest to you. 

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After your internship, you conclude your studies by preparing a main project, which you often complete in collaboration with a company in Denmark or abroad. 

Study trip

As a compulsory part of the programme, at the end of the first semester, you will go on a study trip to an exciting European destination. We will conduct research and solve tasks for companies and possible a university as preliminary work in preparation for the first semester exam. For students that start in August 2015, the Academy will pay for transport and accommodation. 

Laptops and software

As a student on the Multimedia Design and Communication programme, you must have your own laptop. For students starting in August 2015, the software package “Adobe Creative Cloud Complete” is mandatory and must be installed when you start.  

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Teaching Methods and Study Environment

The teaching alternates between classroom teaching, assignments, cases, workshops and last, but not least, project work. For each semester, we spice up the teaching with a number of inspiring presentations and lectures by representatives from the business community and research institutions. 

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