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Communication and Media Management

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Career prospects

Graduates of the program have excellent career opportunities. Many companies now realize that their communications need to be professionalized. The need for qualified specialists is growing steadily and is being driven even further by digitization. After concluding your studies, you can therefore choose from a wide range of occupational fields in which you can apply the key and basic skills you have learned. Regardless on which field you are particularly interested in, there is a suitable career for you.



Heike Berumen
Kevin Riebe

Tel.: +49 (0)721 925-1123, -1124
sekretariat.kmm.immspam prevention@h-ka.de

Office hours:
Mon.–Fri. 9–11 a.m.

Information Management

  • Analysis, conception and implementation of information logistic processes
  • IT-supported organization and management of large information resources
  • Introduction and support of information management systems
  • Development and implementation of automated publishing processes

Typical occupations: Information developer, information architect, technical information manager, content strategist, consultant

Communication and Language

  • Linguistic description of complex technical issues
  • Comprehensible preparation of results from science and research
  • Composing texts for product communication that are effective for the general public
  • Language and translation management

Typical occupations: Multimedia editor, online editor, specialized journalist, PR employee, language manager, content localizer, international web content manager

Technical Communication

  • Description and visualization of complex issues
  • Creation of documents within the scope of technical editing – for example, instructions, product data sheets and documentation – in print and digital form
  • Language and translation management
  • IT-supported organization and management of large information resources

Typical occupations: Technical editor, technical writer, multimedia editor, e-learning editor, technical information manager, content strategist

Design and media

  • Description and visualization of complex issues
  • Creating infographics or posters on knowledge topics
  • Developing teaching and training materials for different media and media combinations, including e-learning and blended learning
  • Programming your own virtual reality and augmented reality applications
  • Designing multimedia applications and websites

Typical occupations: Media designer, information designer, UX developer, user assistance developer, e-learning designer

Our professors are actively involved in current applied research and cooperate with a wide range of companies. Thus, they not only bring practical knowledge to the courses, but also regularly organize projects with partners from business and science. In addition, we support you in gaining valuable experience during your internship semester, which can also take place abroad.

Feedback of our graduates:

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Antje Borbonus

Knowledge manager at SEW-EURODRIVE

Knowledge management is all about making the right information available to all employees worldwide at the right time. Communication plays a central role in managing international projects.

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Justin Schmidt

Site manager in Karlsruhe at Dokuschmiede GmbH

After joining Dokuschmiede GmbH as a technical writer in 2011, I have been managing the Karlsruhe site since 2016. Now I am responsible for the further growth and satisfaction of our employees and customers.

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Lena Brüggemann

Senior Consultant at ppp4its

As an IT Senior Consultant, I support companies with my knowledge and experience and help them to successfully manage complex IT projects, such as the currently ubiquitous digitalization.

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