The whole world to choose from. Macromedia’s partner network.

Australia, Europe, California, Thailand, United Arab Emirates or South Africa. We have a worldwide network of highly respected universities, and maintain an intensive exchange of people and ideas with renowned universities on all five continents. Because there’s nothing quite as exciting as diversity.

International College of Management Sydney (Australia)

  • Award-winning university, one of the best in Australia
  • Small university with around 1200 students
  • Specializing in management
  • Design courses in co-operation with Macquarie University
  • Excellent business contacts
  • Very good equipment
  • A paradise for surfers and other water sports enthusiasts
  • Diverse cultural offerings and cafés close by
  • Comparable cost of living to Germany

Monash University Melbourne (Australia)

  • Monash: ranked among the world’s leading universities with numerous locations around the globe
  • Around 26,000 students in two Australian locations: in Melbourne city and in the suburb of Clayton
  • Superbly equipped and one of the leading universities in Australia
  • Extensive range of leisure activities on offer – especially for sports enthusiasts – on campus
  • Attractive range of entertainment available in Melbourne city
  • Many interesting options for excursions to take in the fascinating scenery in the immediate vicinity
  • Cost of living comparable to Germany

Istituto Marangoni Paris (Paris, France)

  • Private university
  • Established in 1935 by Giulio Marangoni in Milan
  • Galileo Global Education Partner (sister college)
  • The Paris School of Fashion is a few minutes from Place de l’Opéra, near Faubourg Saint Honoré, and near  famous fashion houses of Paris like Chanel, Hermès and Lanvin.
  • Students meet established international professionals from the main French fashion houses, in order to develop their abilities in every area of the fashion system, from consulting to publishing and marketing

University of Greenwich (London, Great Britain)

  • One of the biggest universities in Great Britain, with 26,000 students
  • High proportion of international visiting students
  • Traditional university with historical campus grounds
  • Just a 20-minute trip to London City
  • Superb technical equipment and very good teaching methods
  • Numerous cafés, pubs and cultural offerings in immediate vicinity of campus
  • Cost of living about 15% higher than in Germany

University of Westminster (London, Great Britain)

  • A modern university with four campuses in London
  • Its antecedent institution, the Royal Polytechnic Institution, was founded in 1838 and was the first polytechnic institution in the UK.
  • Westminster was awarded university status in 1992 meaning it could award its own degrees.
  • Now 22.000 students study there and 5000 are international students from 150 nations.

    Baltic Film School (Tallin, Estland)

    • The Baltic Film and Media School (BFM) of Tallinn University offers hands-on university degree courses in Film Arts, Crossmedia Production, and Audiovisual Media.
    • With over 400 students from more than 20 countries worldwide, BFM is one of Europe’s largest – and Northern Europe’s only – English-language film and media school.

    Griffith College (Dublin, Ireland)

    • Specializes in economics
    • Cultural diversity on campus: 1700 international students from 77 countries, approx. 9000 students in total
    • Close contacts with relevant industries, especially in the media field
    • Only 20 minutes’ walk to the centre of Dublin
    • Excellent technical standards, e.g. computer labs with top-of-the-range equipment
    • Sporting activities, restaurants, gym, common rooms and recruitment service on site
    • Cost of living about 15% higher than in Germany

    LIUC Universitá Cattaneo (Castellanza, Italy)

    • One of the most renowned private universities in Italy
    • Network of more than 5000 businesses
    • A excellently equipped halls of residence and an international campus

    Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (Malaysia)

    • A modern, private University located just outside of Kuala Lumpur
    • Specializing in Design, Technology and Creative Industries
    • Make excellent business contacts
    • Top of the line equipment
    • Approximately 9,500 Students in Malaysia and 30,000 students worldwide among 11 campus locations
    • A wide range of cultural, sporting and social activities on campus and in the immediate vicinity
    • Lower living costs than in Germany, for about the same standard of living

    Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico)

    • Leading university in Latin America with all faculties
    • 90,300 students in 33 locations
    • Situated in the midst of an impressive landscape
    • Immediate vicinity to American border
    • Pleasant, dry climate
    • Various leisure activities available, including excursions into the surrounding countryside
    • Superb sports facilities on campus
    • Local language is Spanish, language of instruction is English
    • Lower cost of living than in Germany

    Universidad Francisco de Vitoria (Madrid, Spain)

    • Young and innovative state-approved private university
    • Small campus with around 3000 students, 18% of them visiting students from over 50 countries
    • Comprehensive approach to education, based on Christian values, and high level of personal attention
    • Close collaboration with over 400 businesses and organizations in wide variety of industries
    • Very good technical equipment, with five dedicated TV studios and six radio studios
    • Numerous opportunities for sports on campus, particularly football and tennis
    • Musical and cultural offerings, with choir, orchestra, theatre group and debating club
    • Local language is Spanish, language of instruction is English
    • Cost of living is comparable to Germany

    Stellenbosch University (Stellenbosch, South Africa)

    • State university with an excellent reputation. Training ground for African experts and executives
    • One of the oldest universities in Africa, founded in1866
    • Open and multicultural study environment, with approx. 28,000 students from over 70 countries
    • Great academic variety with ten faculties and four campus locations
    • Extensive sporting opportunities, with around 30 different sports, two stadiums, two large swimming pools, various sports facilities and a centre for weight training
    • Situated to the east of Cape Town, in a well-known wine growing region, only 25 km from the sea
    • Language of teaching: English
    • Lower cost of living compared to Germany

    Kookmin University (Seoul, South Korea)

    • Private University established in 1946
    • 14 Colleges and 14 Graduate Schools, 24.000 Students, 700 faculty members and 300 staff
    • College of Design, College of Engineering, College of Business Administration and College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

    Kwangwoon University (Seoul)

    • The Kwangwoon University is a private university in Seoul, South Korea
    • It has been recognized for its academic reputation in engineering and IT fields.
    • Kwangwoon started in 1934
    • 11.000 Students - 8 Colleges and 7 Graduate Schools

    Seoul School of Integrated Sciences and Technology (Seoul)

    • Private university, founded in 1946
    • 14 Colleges and 14 Graduate Schools
    • 24,000 students, 700 lecturers and 300 employees
    • College of Design, College of Engineering, College of Business Administration and College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

    Stamford University (Bangkok, Thailand)

    • The Stamford International University Thailand is a private international university in Thailand.
    • Stamford International University opened its first campus in Thailand in 1995. To meet the growing demand for international education in Thailand and the ASIAN region, Stamford International University opened its second campus in Bangkok in 2009.
    • Conveniently located along the new Bangkok Airport Link Rail Line, it is home to a truly international community of students from 80 countries

    Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok, Thailand)

    • State University
    • Purely English-language research university with international standards
    • Extensive, impressive campus with over 35,000 students in total, from a wide range of countries
    • Numerous options for accommodation on campus
    • Situated in the middle of Bangkok, the economic hub of Asia and a vibrant, multi-ethnic city with 7 million inhabitants
    • Great culinary diversity, with hot food stalls, floating markets and top restaurants
    • High recreational value: excursions to the temple complexes of Ayutthaya or to the coast, boat trips on the Mekong or shopping tours through the numerous shopping centres
    • Lower cost of living compared to Germany

    California State University (Channel Islands, USA)

    • State university with good reputation (e.g. seven-year accreditation by Western Association of Schools & Colleges)
    • Quiet campus halfway between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara in Camarillo (population 65,000)
    • Pleasant climate with more than 300 days of sunshine per year.
    • Numerous opportunities for sporting activities outdoors: cycling, swimming, hiking, sailing, rowing, kayaking and golf
    • Good shopping, cinemas, bars and cultural facilities nearby
    • Higher food costs than in Germany, but lower costs for consumer items
    • Very good transport connection via Ventura Freeway and also by bus and train

    National University (San Diego, USA)

    • Private, non-profit-making university with 26,000 students
    • Attractive location, Mediterranean climate with lots of sunshine
    • Extensive range of leisure and cultural opportunities in San Diego; excursions to the Pacific Ocean and into the mountains
    • Blended Learning: combination of face-to-face teaching and e-learning with interative tools; flexible modules
    • Specific tuition format »One-Course-Per-Month«: focus on one topic per month
    • Support provided by comprehensive Student Services in all student matters six days a week
    • Numerous renowned research institutes, such as »Scripps Institution of Oceanography« and »San Diego Supercomputer Center«
    • Core areas: School of Business and Management, School of Engineering, Technology and Media
    • Living costs slightly higher than in Germany

    National University (Los Angeles, USA)

    • Private non-profit university
    • Courses are scheduled mainly in the evenings for working professionals
    • One course per month
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