It’s time to imagine your future. Choosing a major in Print Media and Packaging Technologies is just the beginning.

Welcome to Hochschule der Medien


Print Media and Packaging Technologies

Print communication is a massive, fascinating industry. To become a qualified specialist in this field means to become a technical engineer, creative designer, and capable business executive all at the same time. Hochschule der Medien offers you the right conditions to become an excellent media specialist.

We are proud to announce that Hochschule der Medien is ranked № 8 among the most popular Universities of Applied Sciences in Germany, and “Print Media and Packaging Technologies” is one of the very rare Bachelors of Engineering programs in Germany entirely taught in English. The placement rate is 100%.

Our program “Print Media and Packaging Technologies” is aimed toward the future with an especially diverse body of students at one of the best-equipped educational institutions in the world.

Here you will find the information to take advantage of our unique program and start your life in Germany. We are confident that studying Print Media and Packaging Technologies will be the best decision you ever made.

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Meet our Professors



Our professors have interdisciplinary and strong interpersonal skills. They treat all staff, colleagues and students with respect. They cooperate with national and international research institutions, educational and cultural institutions, and companies. 

Our professors not only have an academic background, but have all held leading positions in the industry. As our students have diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds our professors make sure that the implementation of equal opportunities and principles relating to gender and diversity in all areas of university are observed. They make sure that the transfer of knowledge and technology, will enable students to peruse a professional and personal development.

Meet our academic team



Our students are being taught by academic staff members who are knowledgeable and skilled at a much more advanced level than the level being taught. All members of the team have been chosen through an assessment of formal academic qualifications, equivalent professional experience, or a combination of both. They have different backgrounds in engineering and come from various backgrounds. They know the challenges our students face, make an outstanding contribution to our study programme, provide organizational support in an interdisciplinary area, and give advice on many study-related issues.

Matthias Galus (Dipl.-Ing. FH)
Laboratory engineer
Antonia Götz (MSc)
Laboratory engineer, PhD student
Sebastian Paul (BSc)
Laboratory engineer
Akshata Pingale
German Teacher
Matthias Sonsalla
Student Services
Lukas Jenner (MSc)
Research Associate / PhD Student

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A Day to Remember at Drupa 2024: PMT Students’ Excursion

What a fantastic day at Drupa 2024 Twenty-seven, PMT students had the incredible opportunity to dive into the world of printing technology and innovation. The day was packed with insightful tours, engaging with industry leaders, and experiencing the latest advancements firsthand. Highlights of the Visit Canon

Canon ImagePROGRAF PRO-2100: A Cutting-Edge Addition to Print Media Technologies

During a recent visit to Canon’s headquarters in Munich, Canon Europe generously gifted the Print Media Technologies (PMT) course with the Canon ImagePROGRAF PRO-2100. This cutting-edge large-format printer promises to revolutionize print media education with its precision engineering, versatility, efficiency, user-friendly interface, and environmental sustainability.

Prof. Dr. Volker Jansen Illuminates Future Trends in Print Media Technologies at International Conference.

At the International Conference on Graphic Communication Technologies, conducted by the National Taiwan University of Arts, Prof. Dr. Volker Jansen delivered a keynote address on the future technologies and trends of print media technologies. The event was sponsored by Gain How Printing Co. Ltd. in