Content, progress and pedagogy of the module

MediaAC students have a compulsory internship in their curriculum. During internships, students work in institutions related to Media, Arts, and Culture. Internship placements are provided by MediaAC Associated Partner organisations and other pre-arranged organisations. In addition, there is also the possibility for students to propose their own ideas for their internship placement. The internships give students practical insights into contemporary themes they’ve encountered during their studies. Furthermore, students will get insights into practice in the field and make valuable contacts for increasing their future employment perspectives.

The Associated Partners in MediaAC programme are renowned national or international institutions that are active in the creative and cultural sector and whose activities are closely linked to the topics of Media Arts Cultures. The Associated Partners provide internship placements for MediaAC students and support the academic quality of MediaAC with their expertise. Members of Associated Partners can also participate in the programme as teachers.

Involvement of the Associated Partners and other organisations receiving interns will help MediaAC students develop a broad picture of the evolving future of Media Arts Cultures at national and international levels. These organisations include, but are not limited to, institutions within the creative and cultural sector, museal or governmental organisations, non-governmental/ non-profit organisations, private business organisations, networks and associations.

  • Ars Electronica Linz / Linz, Austria;
  • ZKM / Karlsruhe, Germany;
  • Fundacao Universidade de Brasilia / Brazil;
  • FACT / UK;
  • Transmediale/ Berlin, Germany;
  • DAM Projects / Berlin, Germany;
  • Monochrome / Vienna, Austria; SPEKTRUM/ Berlin, Germany;
  • Neural Magazine / Italy;
  • Instrument Inventors Initiative / The Hague, NL;
  • Impakt Festival / Utrecht, Netherlands;
  • MOCAK / Krakow, Poland;
  • WRO Art Center / Wroclaw, Poland;
  • DIAS / Copenhagen, DK;
  • Imai – inter media arts institute / Düsseldorf, DE;
  • Re:Act MAH Conference, Sorbonne Paris.



Learning objectives


The internship gives students new experiences to serve as emerging professionals in the field, to get recognized as such and use the experiences and contacts made here for their future career. They have the chance to transfer their theoretical knowledge and outcomes from the first year of studies into practice and find out about their personal interest for career development. In terms of academic reflection, the internship will serve as a good basis for the second year and can be used as a basis for the master thesis.



Name of examInternship
Type of exam
Written exam
Assessment7-point grading scale
Type of gradingInternal examination
Criteria of assessmentThe criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures

Facts about the module

Danish titleMedia Arts Cultures i praksis
Module codeKAMAC20158
Module typeCourse
Duration1 semester
Language of instructionEnglish
Location of the lectureOther location
Responsible for the module


Education ownerMaster of Arts in Media Arts Cultures
Study BoardStudy Board of Art, Health and Technology
DepartmentDepartment of Communication and Psychology
FacultyFaculty of Social Sciences and Humanities