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Multimedia Design (not available in English from September 2022)

Academy Profession Degree of Multimedia Design, 120 ECTS
Architecture, design and visual arts Mathematics, natural- and computer science

Institution International Business Academy (IBA)
Campus EA Kolding, IBA
Duration 2 years
Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 5035 EUR
Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR


With the multimedia design programme, you will be able to self-sufficiently handle all of the various aspects of digital media production. This includes design, planning, realization and project management, along with implementation, administration and maintenance.Over the course of the programme, you will work cross-discipline with:
  • Communication and presentation, journalism and copywriting
  • Graphic design, aesthetics, 3D animation and audio/video
  • IT systems, data communication, and building websites
  • Project management, concept development, and business understanding
  • Marketing
The teaching on the multimedia design programme is very varied. You will encounter different types of teaching such as classroom teaching, group work, lectures, presentations from relevant people, theme days and project weeks. No two weeks are alike.You will work with programmes such as Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, and will learn developer languages such as HTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP.

Structure of the programme

The study programme consists of a mandatory section over semesters 1 and 2, elective modules in semester 3, and a practical or internship period, along with a final thesis assignment, in semester 4.The programme covers five main areas. As such, you get a chance to stock up your toolbox with everything you need to get ahead in the world of digital media.
  • User interface development: In this module you will work with design and development, with a particular focus on the production of digital interfaces. The subject module is based on a broad range of development methods, so you’ll be prepared for whatever you might encounter in the business world. You learn about the planning, design and production of digital media solutions.
  • User experience: In this module, there is a special emphasis on ways to involve the user in your digital solutions. You learn to understand your user. You also learn about evaluation and road-testing of the user experience, along with how to read and utilize whatever data you might obtain.
  • Content production: The name largely says it all - in this module you work around producing content for digital media platforms. You learn to understand what type of content is relevant for specific kinds of media. You learn about different types of content, and how best to convey your message.
  • Business: Here, you take a closer look at understanding business, data, the existential foundations of companies, and the role of the multimedia designer within the value chain. You gain a deeper understanding about the general structure of a business, and how to find your place within it. And you learn to understand organizational structures and processes.
  • Technology: It is important to always stay updated on the latest technologies, and of course the digital world moves extremely fast. This module is all about understanding and investigating technologies. You will be working with the technologies involved in the production of digital media at this moment. As such, you will be able to seek out new forms of media in the future and quickly get up to speed with them.

Career Opportunities  

You are therefore qualified for jobs within the fields of planning, designing, controlling and implementing different types of multimedia productions. Multimedia designers will be employed within various business sectors, typically within advertising, marketing, media, IT and the telecommunications sector.

Depending on your profile, your future job title may be:
  • Multimedia Designer
  • Webmaster
  • Web Designer
  • Media Supporter
  • Flash Designer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Projekt Coordinator
  • Multimedia Consultant
  • Web Programmer

International opportunities

As a student on the Multimedia Design programme at IBA, you can take advantage of a whole range of international opportunities. There is the option of traveling overseas to study for a semester, or to take your internship. Or if you’re not quite prepared for a whole 3-month visit overseas, there are also short-term opportunities.


All applications must be made online at Area admission number: 81365.

To be accepted to the programme, you must have an education equivalent to a Danish upper secondary education, or relevant vocational education is required. English and Mathematics must be included.  For more information about non-Danish entry qualifications, please visit the website of the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science

Check the specific admission requirements on our website here:

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.

Tuition fees

Danish, Nordic, EU and EEA students: Free of charge.
Other students: DKK 75,000 per year (DKK 37,500 per semester).

Students who are exchanged between IBA and other institutions where exchange agreements exist are exempt from paying tuition fees to the IBA.

EA Kolding, IBA


The address is Havneparken 1 – alongside the flowing stream in Kolding. Close to the harbour. Close to the town centre.The building is a part of Campus Kolding.

IBA moved in in the summer of 2019.

The building is 9,000 m2, spread over seven floors. It houses over 4.000 students, 130 teachers and administrative staff and 75 freelance teachers.

The heart of the academy is the ‘steps of knowledge’, linking up the various different universes within the building. These steps can be seen from the outside.The slats around the building’s exterior are made of anodized aluminium, of a nuanced golden-brown colour which shimmers in tone.

Parking: the new building also comes with an adjacent parking area.

Cycle parking: bikes can be parked right up close to the building – ensuring easy, direct access to IBA.

Inside: when you come in through the main entrance, you can clearly see though up to the floors above.

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