Hagenberg CampusInformatics, Communications and Media

Interactive Media Master's Degree Programme, full-time

In-depth theoretical know-how and technical skills for interactive media, game development & online media

The English-taught Master in Interactive Media offers a wide range of subjects focusing on the technology and engineering behind interactive media, computer games and cutting-edge online media. Graduates acquire the essential knowledge and professional skills necessary to take on innovative and complex projects in the media industry.

The programme features both a substantial project component and an extensive selection of specialized courses that couple theoretical concepts with practical experience at the highest level.

In addition to providing an industry-oriented education, the programme aims to develop graduates' communication skills and refine their systematic approaches to problem solving.

Essential Information

Master of Science in Engineering (MSc)

4 semesters (120 ECTS)

Annual intake:

Mode of study:

Admission requirements:
Completion of a related Bachelor's degree (e.g. in the fields of media technology, media informatics, computer science or software engineering) with IT-related elements worth at least 60 ECTS, or comparable university level education. Good proficiency in English. – further details on admission requirements

Apply by 30 June at the latest (www.fh-ooe.at/application) for EU-applicants and by 31 march at the latest for Non-EU-applicants. Admission subject to study place availability. Apply early to secure your place!

Tuition fees:
Information about tuition fees and ÖH contribution


Head of Studies:
Dr. Andreas Stöckl

Academic Coordinator:
DI Rimbert Rudisch-Sommer

Programme Administration
Barbara Gotschi

University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
School of Informatics, Communications and Media
Softwarepark 11
4232 Hagenberg/Austria
Phone: +43 5 0804 22104
Email: im@fh-hagenberg.at 
Web: www.fh-ooe.at/im

Did you know that...

... our Media Interaction Lab was awarded a Google Research Award for research into wearables? And that many of our graduates are employed at leading Technology companies such as Microsoft, Google and Runtastic?