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Re: European Institutes: English medium

Posted: June 26th, 2015, 1:13 am
by steppenwolf
TUDelft as well runs Master course in English. Very technical though.... veeeeeeeeery technical but if someone thinks this is what he/she likes then you can visit it.

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Posted: June 26th, 2016, 4:40 am
by paul89
It all depends on a person, where lives and what level of english he has. I live in Cracow and find very interesting intstitutions to peak, but when you live in smaller city, there's usually fewer of them and also hard to find.

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Posted: July 30th, 2016, 4:39 am
by aengusafton
Not many universities offer combined honors in English & Media Studies, and those which do are not very good, which would be a pity since you get such good grades. I think it is better if you chose to major in only English or only Media Studies.

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Re: European Institutes: English medium

Posted: December 13th, 2017, 2:59 am
by Karen_Bridges
My opinion will probably be boo-ed down, but why go to Europe and look for universities that teach in English? Language courses can be done on a budget, and since you'll be surrounded by native speakers anyway, you'll learn the language super-fast. As a result, you'll graduate with a degree and fluent (insert the official language of needed country). Two for one.

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Posted: July 23rd, 2018, 10:39 pm
by Manisha_Laroia

I am product designer based in India.

I am looking at applying to 2 courses in Germany, both of which offer Masters in Integrated Design. One at TH Köln (University of Applied Sciences) and the other at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Dessau.

How are these course for someone with a product design background and looking to specialize in it?

As the courses allow students taking up a combination of subject areas in design, does it get to open-ended? Or is it structured?

I am keen on knowing about the scope of these courses for work post study.
Any feedback on these course would really help.