”Medialogy was the right programme for me because it gave me the opportunity to work with technology development. The programme opened my eyes to academic fields I didn’t know existed when I started my studies. I had a bunch of skilled fellow students, and thus, I always had sparring partners.
The bachelor’s programme was quite versatile, and I enjoyed learning about media technology, including human-computer interaction, perception, programming, games, film, graphics and much more. In my master’s, I decided to specialise in computer graphics, working with virtual reality.
In my 9th semester, I went abroad to study at University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. It was interesting to meet new people and experience the difference in ways of studying. As an international student, I quickly found a network of students from many other countries, and we shared many experiences both with regards to everyday campus life, on trips and the weekly Thursday burger.
In general, I much appreciated the project based group work at AAU, and the coolest thing was definitely at the end of each semester, when you had developed a prototype and/or test which gave you a feeling of success and helped make the academic goals palpable.”