1st and 2nd semester
The German students complete the first year of study in Weimar and the French students in Lyon, where they take introductory modules and acquire basic knowledge of the respective subject. Just like their local fellow students, participants in the EMK study program take part in the examinations accompanying their studies.
3rd and 4th semester
In the second year, the students switch to the partner university: the Germans go to Lyon and the French to Weimar. There, too, students write the same exams and papers as their domestic fellow students.
In the fifth semester, the German students stay in Lyon and the French students return there so that everyone can study together.
The sixth semester is spent together in Weimar. In addition to a final study module, the students write their Bachelor thesis under the supervision of a French professor and a German professor. The students write the thesis in one of the two languages ??(approx. 40 pages) and deliver a summary in the other language (approx. 4-8 pages). The defense of the thesis will be held in both languages ??in the presence of the German and French professors.
With the successful defense, the students receive the Bachelor of Arts from the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and the License en Information-Communication from the University Lumière Lyon 2.
In Weimar, the course includes introductory and study modules, which in the first two semesters ensure the acquisition of the basic content and methodology of the course as well as a systematic orientation. In the basic course, the professors present the most important media and cultural theories to you in a lecture series. You will learn to analyze texts, the basics of media economics and view films that you will then discuss - and for that you go to the cinema regularly. In addition, you will take a practical work module in Weimar in the media art / media design or media informatics course. In Lyon, you will be taught the most important communication theories in three semesters as part of lectures. In exercises and seminars, you will also create practical media work. In the sixth semester you will write your bilingual bachelor thesis in Weimar. After defending your thesis, the Faculty of Media will award you the academic degree “Bachelor of Arts”, the Université Lyon 2 the “License Information Communication” and the Franco-German University a double degree.
In the European Media Culture study program, you will learn to work on complex issues in an unconventional, innovative and well-founded manner - and this is exactly what today's professional world is looking for! Due to the linguistic and intercultural skills you have acquired, you are qualified to work in conceptual media professions with a European framework, such as B .:
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