Start your international career in Print Media Technologies and get a Bachelor of Engineering in Germany
Welcome to Hochschule der Medien in Stuttgart.
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 exceutive all at the same time. Hochschule der Medien offers you the right conditions to become an excellent media sepcialist.
Vital to the excellence, creativity, and innovation at Hochschule der Medien is our commitment to diversity and inclusiveness. Cultivating our rich diversity is a hallmark of our university. We encourage one another to celebrate our differences, and to foster a community free of intolerance and discrimination. Together we work to promote a campus climate that is respectful, civil, supportive, and safe. These core values allow us to provide a living and learning environment where we can all pursue our dreams and reach our highest potential.
We are proud to announce that Hochschule der Medien is ranked No. 8 among the most popular Universities of Applied Sciences in Germany, and ‘Print Media Technologies’ is one of the very rare Bachelor of Engineering programmes in Germany entirely taught in English. The placement rate is 100%. Our programme ‘Print Media 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. Partnering with us will be full of rewarding experiences as you will participate in an exciting educational journey of discovery. We are confident that studying Print Media Technologies will be the best decision you ever made.
Industry Size (in billion $)
- 2033 Growth (approx.)
- 2033 Growth (approx.)
One of the world’s largest industries
Printing is estimated to be the sixth largest industry in the world, with fascinating developments happening on an international scale. As of 2018, the United States leads the market with several hundred billion dollars with Asia coming up quickly behind. Germany, a highly developed country with a culture in print, is developing the machines that move the industry.
A great place to live, study, and grow
Stuttgart has one of the lowest unemployment rates in all of Europe, and makes a great home for students at the Stuttgart Media University. With over 600,000 people it is well connected with public transport and boasts beautiful town centers full of traditional architecture, while also providing students the connection to pristine nature that they can’t find anywhere else.