M.Sc. On Campus

Digital Media and Society

24 months
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Digital Media and Society from University of Bremen is situated at the leading edge of these developments. Its aim is to qualify students for media planning and decision-making positions in a datafied society.


Digital Media and Society from University of Bremen concept is reflected in the following study objectives:

  • In-depth scientific and application-oriented development of theories concerning digital media, digital society and digital literacy;
  • Better understanding the interplay between processes of digitalization and datafication and its impact on the everyday lives, chances and options of people in different segments of society
  • Better understanding the interplay between processes of digitalization and datafication and its impact on businesses, institutions (schools, universities), and organizations
  • Gathering practical media experience of at least two different media with a focus on processes of media conception (as electives)
  • Knowledge and practical experience of empirical methods, focusing on digital media and the analysis of different forms of data, especially with regard to the conception and realization of independent empirical research projects on different phenomena
  • Basic communication research and media analysis, in particular with a focus on digital media
  • Key qualifications, in particular in the area of ​​concept planning, project management, presentation techniques, media literacy, moderation and chairing debates, as well as teamwork and leadership tasks.


The interdisciplinary approach and the focus on current research project and relevant social challenges of the MA "Digital Media and Society" prepares graduates for a number of professional roles. In addition to working in different capacities within the media industries, graduates can contribute in various capacities within businesses, NGOs and governmental institutions.

During the course of study, students have ample opportunity to gather practicial experience and build their  professional networks.

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • Approaches to Digital Media 
  • Digital Life 
  • Communication, Religion and Ethics in Digital Society
  • Media & Education 
  • Programming Dynamic Environments
  • 3D Modelling with FabLab Technologies
  • Smartphone and Disco – Media and the Body-Techniques of the Ego

Key information


  • Full-time
    • 24 months

Start dates & application deadlines




120 ECTS


On Campus

Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

English requirements

We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.

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Other requirements

General requirements

  • For inclusion in a master's degree is the completion of studies at the Bachelor's level requirement.
  • Language certificates

Tuition Fee

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  • The University of Bremen does not charge tuition fees. But you do have to pay a semester contribution: 347,26EUR

Living costs for Bremen

738 - 1106 EUR /month
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