Student projects: Bachelor Digital Media

As a Digital Media BA student, you will be taught how to explore various practical and theoretical fields in order to gather a multifaceted understanding of digital media. Depending on the semester, you might be working ethnographically in a specific field, producing a short documentary, conducting interviews, recording a podcast, programming a small game or developing a multimedia story. As a Digital Media BA student, your practical work is always expected to be theoretically grounded - which will help you develop a precise topic that speaks to a social or political issue. The following are a few Bachelor projects that really stood out in the past years. Perhaps yours is next?

Back to the FutureA Recursive History of Surveillance is a student website that was submitted as a BA Project by Kim Ly Lam and Florian Hermes.

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Social Musica is a student video that was sub­mit­ted as a BA Pro­ject by Fynn Freund.

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