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in cooperation: production management film and TV (PMF)

in cooperation with the Ansbach University of Applied Sciences: Production Management Film and TV (PMF)

The media faculty at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences is starting the summer semester of 2022 with its fourth bachelor's degree. This will take place in cooperation with the University of Television and Film (HFF) in Munich. In close cooperation with well-known companies from the film and television industry, the new bachelor's degree offers a combination of theory and practice through a dual study model. The theoretical part is taught on campus, a practical application takes place directly in the company.

Note for those interested in studying: PMF is an offer from Ansbach University for which you can apply here. Under the application link you will also find the contacts for any questions you may have about your application.

The Production & Media Management course will continue to be offered at the HFF Munich. If you have any questions, please contact the HFF Munich student advisory service or come to the HFF Munich open day, which always takes place in mid-January each year.

The structure of "Film and TV Production Management" (PMF) is currently unique in the German-speaking world. The individual modules are tailored to the requirements of the film and television industry, so that the course is the perfect answer to the industry's current great need for academically trained production management staff. This shortage of skilled workers has arisen in recent years, among other things, due to the booming series productions of streaming services.

The aim is to train production managers, production managers and production managers in a practical way. These professional groups are essential for the production of moving images of any kind. Graduates of the course can work as managers in the areas mentioned after completing their studies.

The course, which can be studied in a dual model, leads to the internationally recognized Bachelor of Arts degree in seven semesters (including the practical semester) and started for the first time in the summer semester of 2022.

More information about the new PMF course