The digitalization of media has radically changed the demands made of a designer over the past years. Today, designers cross the borders of art, design, and technology – in a multidisciplinary way and internationally. We believe in a cross-media design program. At BTK, you will learn to think in an analytical way with a focus on design and business – enabling you to develop your personal creativity across many disciplines and through a hands-on approach.
Our Design majors are Communication Design (English & German), Photography (English & German), Illustration (German), Motion Design (German), Game Design (German), andInteraction Design/New Media (German). After seven semesters, you can gain an officially recognized Bachelor of Arts degree. Additionally, BTK offers a three-semester master’s degree program in Media Spaces (English).
Vibrant metropolis: The BTK campus in Berlin is located directly in the heart of Germany’s capital. Berlin is one of the most fascinating and exciting cities for design, art, and culture worldwide – and at BTK, you’ll be surrounded by it all.
The No. 1 media city: The brand-new BTK campus in Hamburg is in the middle of Altona’s creative scene and just a few jumps away from the Elbe’s riverside beach. The striking historical building boasts cutting-edge technology and is conveniently located directly at Altona’s main train station.
Living and learning: The BTK campus in Iserlohn is surrounded by luscious green landscapes, located directly at the Seilersee. Thanks to the university’s own apartments, the campus offers short distances between the school and recreational activities, and a very personal, student-focused atmosphere similar to life known at high schools in the USA.
As a private University of Applied Sciences, BTK provides the latest and comprehensive media technology for modern and successful studies in Design:
The course fees include tuition, material and equipment, all excursions, accommodation, breakfast, lunch and public transportation.
Package I (accommodation in shared room)
Regular: € 1400
Early Bird (until April 1st): € 1250
Package II (accommodation in two bed room)
Regular: € 1600
Early Bird (until April 1st): € 1450
Package III (without accommodation)
Regular: € 1150
Early Bird (until April 1st): € 990
Hostel Arrival on July 26th
Hostel Departure on August 08th
This intensive two-week course invites you to discover experimental architecture and interactive, sustainable urban design. Explore the diversity and innovation of contemporary Berlin architecture and culture – and develop your own relationship with both theory and practice. Engage with a variety of exciting DIY+DIT projects including an art gallery in a creatively reused filling station, a community garden on the roof of a shopping center, a container farm in a former brewery, a new sustainable housing cooperative on the Spree River, pioneer projects at the former Tempelhof Airport, and many others. Get to know the most interesting projects Berlin has to offer - on foot, with bikes and a boat. Allow your own design impressions of Berlin self-organized and community-oriented architecture to emerge – and exchange your ideas, using photography and illustration, and with an exciting and motivated group of young people from around the world.
This workshop is conceived to question/explore the act of filmmaking and to offer technical skills that make you able to develop independent film projects in the future. During 10 days you can train in filmmaking with practical sessions and film-exercises, exploring HD and HD SLR cameras, soundrecorders and the editing system Premiere Pro. We will discuss different filmstructures and analyze film-excerpts focusing on the camera-work and onsound, in collaboration with experienced professionals.
We propose a critical learning through talks, screenings and practicalexercises. We intend to stimulate the participants in taking a fresh look to the world and developing an own formal language. What makes a differencewhen you hold a camera is how you try to compose yourself in the world… before trying to compose the world with the camera.
This workshop introduces a range of practical and theoretical frameworks for photographic practices founded upon the notions of observing and recording the world we live in. It aims to enable an understanding of what the photograph as a document has been and what it might become. The course will encourage you to explore the full potential of the image as a document that attempts to make visual sense of the social world.
You will explore the following concepts and ideas in theory and practice:
Please find out more online: http://www.btk-fh.de/en/summer-school/
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The BTK University of Applied Sciences is a private, officially recognised University of Design, located in Berlin. The BTK inspires, challenges and trains the creative minds of the future in two Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) courses - Communication Design and Photography - as well as in the Master of Arts (M.A.) course Design / Media Spaces.