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International

Austausch, Reisen, Praktika

Neue Märkte entdecken

Innovation Field Trips

Im letzten Jahr des MBA sieht das Curriculum eine zweiwöchige Studienreise ins Ausland vor. Die Studierenden des MBA und EMBA fahren gemeinsam ins Ausland, um dort in einer Mischung aus Seminaren und Unternehmensbesuchen internationale Erfahrungen zu sammeln und die Strukturen und Strategien des jeweiligen Medienmarktes sowie aktuelle Trends und Entwicklungen kennen und verstehen zu lernen.

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Kooperationen und Partneruniversitäten

Die Hamburg Media School arbeitet auf globaler Ebene mit renommierten Universitäten und Partnern zusammen. Dadurch erhalten die Studierenden die Chance, an einer Universität im Ausland ein Semester zu verbringen, die lokalen Gegebenheiten kennenzulernen sowie sich auf internationaler Ebene weiterzubilden.

Aktuell bestehen Erasmus-Kooperationen mit Universitäten in Dänemark und Spanien. Darüber hinaus sind aber auch Auslandsaufenthalte als Freemover möglich, solange sich die Studieninhalte überschneiden. Bisherige Ziele waren: Paris, Budapest, Dublin, Tel Aviv, Australien, USA.

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Wer sich bewegt, bewegt Europa

Das Erasmus+-Programm

Das Erasmus-Programm ist ein Förderprogramm der Europäischen Union. Es bietet Studierenden die Möglichkeit durch Kooperationen ein Semester an einer ausländischen Universität zu verbringen oder ein Praktikum im Ausland zu absolvieren. Die Studierenden werden hierbei finanziell mit bis zu 500 € im Monat vom Erasmus-Programm unterstützt.

Darüber hinaus ist durch die vorhandenen Strukturen der Bewerbungsprozess unkompliziert; die ECTS-Punkte können im Inland direkt angerechnet werden und es werden keine zusätzlichen Studiengebühren vor Ort erhoben.

Aktuell unterhält die HMS zwei Erasmus-Kooperationen:

Mehr Informationen zum Erasmus+-Programm gibt es hier.

Hier geht es zur aktuellen Erasmus Charter für die Hochschulbildung sowie zum European Policy Statement der Hamburg Media School.

Hier ist außerdem bereits das European Policy Statement der Hamburg School für die nächste Erasmus+-Projektphase 2021-2017 verfügbar.

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Praktische Auslandserfahrung sammeln

Internationale Praktika

Drei Monate haben die Medienmanager*innen jeden Sommer Zeit, um in einem Praktikum die Herausforderungen des Berufsalltags eines Medienmanagers und einer Medienmanagerin kennen zu lernen.

Im In- und Ausland sammeln sie praktische Erfahrungen, lernen, erworbenes Wissen anzuwenden und bauen sich frühzeitig und systematisch ein persönliches Netzwerk in der Medienbranche auf. Dabei ist das Praktikum eine weitere Gelegenheit einen internationalen Schwerpunkt im Studium zu setzen und ausländische Märkte und Strukturen kennenzulernen.

New York, Amsterdam, Warschau, Madrid, Paris, Wien, Hamburg, Berlin und München - das sind nur einige der Orte, an denen unsere Studierenden bisher ihre Praktika absolviert haben. In renommierten Medienunternehmen wie dem Axel Springer Verlag, Gruner + Jahr, VDZ (Verband Deutscher Zeitschriftenverleger), dem Süddeutschen Verlag, Random House, ABC, Warner Bros. Entertainment, der UFA Film & TV Produktion, Studio Hamburg, RTL Television und vielen anderen. Was unsere Medienmanager*innen bei den Praktika erlebt haben, kann man auf unserem Blog nachlesen.

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Innovation Field Trips

Bisherige Ziele

Die Innovation Field Trips der Hamburg Media School: Die Strukturen und Strategien ausländischer Medienmärkte kennenlernen und verstehen, Experten aus Praxis und Forschung treffen und gemeinsam neue Inspirationen und digitale Lösungen schaffen. Im Mittelpunkt der Reisen stehen geleitete Unternehmensbesuche. Entscheider geben direkt und offen Einblick in ihre Prozesse. Die Workshops und Seminare auf der Reise werden von Experten aus der Branche geleitet. Mehr dazu auf unserem Blog und im nebenstehenden Video.

Tech, Trends & Tempel

Tokio 2019

Besuchte Unternehmen: BuzzFeed Japan, Bloomberg, Outbrain, SmartNews, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien, ARD, FabCafe, Virtusize, Goodpatch, Nordot etc.

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Medien zwischen Rechtspopulismus &Sozialkonflikten

Brasilien 2019

Besuchte Unternehmen: Bertelsmann Brasil, Google, Infoglobo, ZDF Auslandsstudio, Cartoon Network Turner Brasil, Esporte Interactivo, Ecripta, Looke, Mandalah, Cubo Itau, BRAVI, ANCINE, The Intercept etc.

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Innovation, Technology, Entrepreneurial Journalism

New York City 2018

Unser diesjähriger Innovation Field Trip führte erneut New York City! Das Programm drehte sich in diesem Jahr rund um Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurial Journalism. Wir besuchten zahlreiche Medienunternehmen, schauten uns erfolgreiche Start-Ups, Publisher und Ad-Tech-Firmen an, trafen Experten und Macher der New Yorker Branche und führten exklusive Hintergrundgespräche zu ausgewählten Themen.

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Politik, Gesellschaft und Medien in Südafrika

Johannesburg & Kapstadt 2018

Besuchte Unternehmen:
Jonathan Ball Publishers, SABC, Tiso Blackstar Group, Exclusive Books, HeyJude, AfricaCheck, iAfrikan, New Media Publishing, Primedia Broadcasting, Triggerfish Animation Studios, Naspers, Salesian Life Choices, GoMetro, BettR Finance, Media24, ViaTV, 24.com

Digital Marketing und New Publishing

New York 2017

Besuchte Unternehmen:
Time Inc., Giphy, Bloomberg, Axel Springer, Marshall Project, Outbrain, Chartbeat, Moat, Fischer Appelt, HBO, Cuny School of Journalism, Penguin Random House, Wochit.

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Ein Volk - Drei Systeme

Shanghai, Taipeh & Hong Kong 2017

Besuchte Unternehmen:
German Centre Shanghai, Increon, Shanghai United Media Group, Shanghai Media Group, Elle, Leoni, ARD, Wirtschaftswoche, Deutsche Botschaft, Goodpatch, Radio Taiwan International, CommonWealth Magazine, TVBS, Asus, 9gag, Radio Television Hong Kong, Cyberport, CNN/Turner Hong Kong, HK01, Animée Studios.

Virtual Reality, digitale Produkte, Big Data

New York City 2016

Besuchte Unternehmen:
Time Inc., Bloomberg, Axel Springer, Google, RedBull, Outbrain, Chartbeat, Moat, Cinelytic, Mylittlejob, NYC Media Lab, Fischer Appelt, Manhattan Young Democrats (MYD)

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Old meets New - Tradition vs. Moderne

Tokio, Kyoto & Dubai 2016

Besuchte Unternehmen:
CNN, Turner Animation Studios, Konika Minolta, Goodpatch, dpa Tokio, Smartnews, Deutsche Botschaft, ARD Tokio, Asahi Shimbun, Polyglots, Logbar, Line, DeNa, Panasonic, SK-Tun, Lineable, Kaya Media, KBS, LG, OhmyNews

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Das bewegt die Journalisten in UK

London 2015

Besuchte Unternehmen:
Monocle, Facebook, Google, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Sony, Wochit, Flockler, DataSmoothie

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Technology meets Tradition

Seoul & Tokio 2015

Besuchte Unternehmen:
Konika Minolta, Goodpatch, dpa Tokio, Smartnews, Deutsche Botschaft, ARD Tokio, Asahi Shimbun, Polyglots, Logbar, Line, DeNa, Panasonic, SK-Tun, Lineable, Kaya Media, KBS, LG, OhmyNews

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Watch 'em! They're awesome!

New York City 2014

Besuchte Unternehmen:
Business Insider, Buzzfeed, CNN, Die Welt, dpa infocom, Gawker, Google, Narratively, Media Digital, Metropolitan Museum, NYC Media Lab, Spiegel Online, Storyhunter, The Marshall Poject, Vox Media

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Pressefreiheit in Zeiten des Umbruchs

Moskau & St. Petersburg 2014

Besuchte Unternehmen:
Lomonosov Moskow State University, Yandex, Russia Today, Ria Novosti, Burda Verlag, Christian Neef, Deutsches Generalkonsulat, Vertretung der Handelskammer Hamburg, Goethe-Institut, Delovoy Petersburg, Werbeagentur Grape, Skoltech

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"The only way to do is do it !"

New York & Kalifornien 2013

Besuchte Unternehmen:
Warner, Fox, Google, Kai Diekmann/Axel Springer, AirBnB, ABC/Good Morning America, ProSiebenSat1, twyxt, Prof. John Lavin, Pandora Radio, Empire Distributions, , German Accelerato

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Technology & Entertainment

Indien 2010 & 2012

Besuchte Unternehmen:
IIM Shillong, India Group Today, Business Standard, Deutsche Botschaft, Allindia Technologies, Times of India, All India Radio, Shillong Press Club, Shillong Times, Deutsch-Indische Handelskammer

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Welcome to Hamburg Media School!

The courses offered by the Hamburg Media School focus on the fields of management, journalism and film. These range from state-recognised university master's courses to a Bachelor's degree in Digital Media and part-time advanced training courses. In addition, the HMS accompanies the digital transformation through various research projects: In cooperation with renowned partners, we produce trend reports, scientific articles and application-oriented studies.

The HMS is organized as a public-private partnership: In addition to the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, the University of Hamburg and the Hamburg University of Fine Arts, over 50 companies, primarily from the media sector including several internationally operating companies, are involved as founders and sponsors. The close integration with the media industry as well as with training and research partners guarantees interdisciplinary, scientifically based and practice-oriented teaching. Small course sizes ensure personal contact between students and teachers as well as intensive support. Through the practical orientation of the curriculum, students build up a valuable network in the industry at an early stage in their careers.


The studies at HMS are organized within three faculties: Digital Journalism, Film and Digital- and Media Management. In total, we offer five different master’s programmes ranging from part-time to full-time study courses. While the internationalisation of the HMS is a focal point for the whole institution, stays abroad including cooperations with other universities are solely situated within the faculty of Digital and Media Management. For international students who want to do an exchange at the HMS as well as universities looking to cooperate with us, the full-time study programme Digital and Media Management proves to be the most relevant, since an exchange is only possible within its framework.

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Erasmus+ at HMS

We are a proud member of the Erasmus+ programme as it is a great way to offer our students the possibility to gain valuable international experiences abroad. As of now, over 400,000 German students have already taken advantage of this opportunity and we expect this number to rise even more.

Mainly, our goal is to offer all students who are interested in an exchange the possibility to participate in the programme by studying or doing an internship abroad.

For this purpose, Erasmus+ does not only provide financial support for students during their international experience, but also offers other framework conditions that make all necessary procedures easier and less complicated. The benefits of the Erasmus+ programme include:

  • Tuition fee exemption at the host university
    Erasmus+ mobility grant (approx. EUR 330-450 to study abroad, approx. EUR 350-450 for internships)
  • Administrative support from both your home and host universities
    Recognition of academic achievements in accordance with study agreements (e.g. ECTS-points system)
  • Special support for students with accompanying children and students with special needs

In addition, Erasmus+ maintains several principles, which we fully support, such as inclusion and equality of treatment, environmental protection and the digitalization of processes. Currently, the HMS maintains two Erasmus cooperations with the University of Copenhagen, Denmark and the Universidad de Navarra (Campus Pamplona), Spain. We are very keen on expanding our network and therefore very interested in concluding new collaborations.

More information about the Erasmus+ programme in general can be found here.

Click here for our current Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (GER) and the European Policy Statement of the Hamburg Media School (GER).

If you need more information please contact Michelle Lucas.

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Information for Incoming Students

We are very glad you have found us! If you are interested in doing your exchange at our institution, please read the following information:

Study Programme

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As mentioned before, the full-time Master’s programme of Digital and Media Management is the only one suitable for an exchange. It is notable that this programme has a fixed course structure. Therefore, the courses offered within a certain timeframe are fixed and limited. You’ll find the all courses as well as their description and timing in our examination regulations (GER). If you are interested in an exchange at HMS, our International Office will discuss with you which courses may fit your needs.

German Language Skills

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Since all courses and seminars are conducted in German, a high level of language skills is required. In order for you to participate in an exchange at HMS, a certified proof of your German language knowledge with a minimum level of C1 is needed.

Inclusion and Accessibility

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In terms of inclusion, we explicitly encourage all interested parties to apply for an exchange at HMS. Our premises are mostly handicapped accessible. Furthermore, we currently discuss blended learning possibilities and other ways to improve our inclusive measures. Please contact us to discuss any special needs you might have as we are sure that we’ll find a way to make your stay abroad possible.

Visa

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Students from non-EU countries require an entry visa. Please note: a tourist visa cannot be converted to a student visa. You will find more information on visas and rules on the DAAD pages.

Accomodation

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You can live in a hall of residence, shared flat or private flat. Finding something is not very easy. You should start looking as soon as you know you are coming to Hamburg. Further information about renting room in Germany you will find here.

Extracurricular Activities

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As we are a small institution, we do not offer a fixed infrastructure for incoming students such as Welcome Weeks etc. Nevertheless, we can establish a connection to the initiatives of the University of Hamburg. Furthermore, there are many free accessible programs to improve your German language skills and meet new people, such as Language & Culture Tandem. Further detailed information for incoming students by the University of Hamburg can be found here.

How to apply

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Please contact your university's Erasmus coordinator or international office to find out if you are eligible for an exchange at Hamburg Media School. You must apply through your home university and the procedures and deadlines will vary according to each institution. Our partner institutions must nominate students via email. Nominated students will then be invited to complete their application for the exchange with the following instructions.

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