Do you want to explore the world of Media Innovation?
Do you want to explore the world of media innovation and contribute to the solution of an actual problem in society? In this exchange programme you develop and test a new and relevant media application. You do so in a multidisciplinary team.
What's Media Innovation like?
The bachelor's level Media Innovation exchange programme (full-time, worth 30 ECTS credits) combines theory with practice. Below you can read how the course is structured.
Problem Analysis (5 ECTS credits)
In the problem analysis, the student looks for the answer to a research question that fits the problem he wants to solve with his team. The student does literature research and collects his own findings. In his conclusion, he presents concrete recommendations for developing the concept.
Innovative Media Concept (10 ECTS credits)
Being a group member the student delivers a clear description and substantiation of the group's concept at the end of the first study period. He explains the value proposition and the BMC, substantiates the innovative character, analyses the competition and presents a concrete plan to test and further develop the concept in the second study period.
Product Portfolio (10 ECTS credits)
As a group member, the student substantiates the value proposition and business model canvas on the basis of research and tests executed. The student reflects on his own contribution to the development, on own learning goals and the collaboration within the group. All the work done during the first and second study periods come together in this assignment.
Evaluation Report (5 ECTS credits)
The student writes an evaluation report on the group's concept, analysing the value proposition and the Business Model Canvas and providing concrete recommendations for the future.
Complete your exchange semester or year by taking one or two cross-departmental modules. You will receive ECTS credits when you complete a module successfully.
- Course catalogue
- Problem Analysis (5 ECTS credits)
The Learning Agreement is a crucial document for the recognition of a study period abroad. It is an agreement between you, your university and Windesheim. When you decide to do an exchange programme at Windesheim, you have to create a Learning Agreement that includes the respective courses of the exchange programme. Learn more on how to set up the Learning Agreement for your specific exchange programme at Windesheim.