Are you curious about the range of lectures offered by HMKW or would you like to take a closer look at our range of courses without obligation even in times of social distancing? In the coming weeks, prospective students have the opportunity to attend selected Bachelor and Master lectures of the current semester as guest students.
Since winter semester 2019/20 the workshop Talent Campus_Video has been held every week at HMKW Berlin. Here, interested students from all faculties have the opportunity to gain practical experience in film, editing and moderation. Now the first show has successfully been broadcasted.
Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures: For the first time in our university’s history the enrolment ceremony took place online via Zoom. During the video conference the university management welcomed all new students and provided an outlook for the upcoming semester which initially takes place online.
In the module “Media Production” HMKW students Christian Caurla and Jonathan Walker (M.A. Convergent Journalism) shot a report about refugees in Frankfurt (Oder). The report is now presented in the program of Germany’s international news channel Deutsche Welle.
Bye bye, HMKW! On 25 January more than 70 graduates celebrated their successful completion of their studies. During the official graduation ceremony, they received their certificates. What a wonderful start of a new stage of life.
This week the Internet Governance Forum takes place in Berlin, from 25th to 29th November. The conference is organized by the United Nations and is held in Germany for the first time. Students of the master program Convergent Journalism are live on site and will report about the conference the whole week.
Only few days left before the beginning of the IGF (Internet Governance Forum) in Berlin: From 25th to 29th November students of M.A. Convergent Journalism participate at the conference that takes place in Estrel Hotel and is organized by the United Nations. The issues up for discussion include technical standards, human rights matters, and the impact of digital technologies on everyday and working life.
This week our series of workshop talks concerning the 30th anniversary of the fall of the wall took place at our campus in Berlin. University lectures told the audience more about their personal perception of the historical events during that time.