Communication, Culture & Management | CCMfull time
Bachelor of Arts
Standard period of study (amount)
Overview and admission
Summer and Winter Semester
Area of study
- Communication Studies
- Sport, Event, Culture Management
Communication, Culture, Media, Management, Psychology, Digital Media
Are you wondering how to become a moderator, an artistic director, a creative producer, a brand strategist, a journalist or a festival director? Do you want to learn how to manage a theatre collective or an alternative housing project, how to manage a publishing house or a foundation? Do you want to find out what press officers or curators need to know, what makes successful cultural managers, online editors or urban researchers stand out and what qualifies communication consultants, music producers or web analysts for their job? Your interests are so wide-ranging that your Bachelor´s degree course should include the greatest possible freedom of choice and your own creative freedom? The Zeppelin University (ZU) supports you in advancing your talents and knowledge in the cultural and communication area. At the same time, we help you to develop your personal talents in the degree course and to use them responsibly. In times of profound societal upheavals, our interdisciplinary Bachelor´s degree programme in Communication, Culture & Management | CCM deals with the questions and problems of the existing and new fields of work in the communication and cultural sector. It is important to us for you to deepen your skills and analyse and question contexts across disciplines, including economic aspects and processes of work reality.
Individual selection procedure
- 02.09.2023 - 21.12.2023
- 27.01.2024 - 31.05.2024
The tuition fees for the four Bachelor's degree courses at Zeppelin University can be pre-financed through a student loan from Sparkasse Herford. In addition, pre-financing is also possible via an education fund and a KfW study/education loan. Participation is open to all students. In addition, Zeppelin University offers various scholarships.
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