English information about CMD Amsterdam
Communication and Multimedia Design Amsterdam puts design at the core of its program. It sets out to help students learn how to think and act like designers, and aims to give its interactive media design graduates the best possible preparation for today’s – and tomorrow’s – professional practice. At CMD Amsterdam students will learn to use ‘design thinking and doing’ to develop interactive products and services such as websites, mobile sites, mobile apps, web apps and interactive installations. Throughout the study, students have the opportunity to follow their personal interests in one of the five profiles we offer: interaction design, visual interface design, frontend development, project management and content management.
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The study program is divided into three phases: the first year, a 2-year main phase and a 1-year graduation phase. The first year is the same for all students: you get acquainted with the broad professional domain of interactive media and you work on three real-life projects. The second and third study years go deeper into digital design, digital development, online strategies and general socio-cultural education. In the graduation year, students further develop themselves as starting CMD professionals through an intensive internship.
To graduate, the student devises and builds an application for a group of users based on thorough research. Alongside study subjects the assigned Study Career Coach gives the student guidance up until to the graduation year. More information can be found in the online brochure.
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We are in the process of developing an international minor (Design Thinking and Doing) for national and international students. Currently, there are no English taught subjects or modules for international students. However, in the MediaLAB Amsterdam CMD students work together with international students on interactive media projects. This semester in the MediaLAB Amsterdam counts for 30 ECTS. SEE WEBSITE MEDIALAB AMSTERDAM
Should you decide to come to Amsterdam and study here, the International Student Network (ISN) can be a good start to discover the city. The aim of ISN is to foster social and cultural integration of international students in Amsterdam. They try to achieve this by organizing introduction days, parties, ‘borrels’, weekend trips, excursions and other cultural activities. Furthermore, there is a coach system to facilitate contact with Dutch students and the city. Students are informed with the magazine Insiders and a newsletter.
Communication and Multimedia Design Amsterdam
Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Theo Thijssen building | map
Wibautstraat 2-4 | 1091 GM | Amsterdam
+ 31 20 595 1855 | email@example.com
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