Literature-Art-Media (LKM) is an interdisciplinary study programme poised between literature, art history and media studies. You will learn to analyse, identify and read cultural technologies of various types, especially literary texts, artworks and various types of media (film, TV, internet, photography, games, etc.). Another question you will examine during your studies is how these different forms of cultural production relate to each other. You are free to specialise in one of the three areas, depending on your individual interests. Please note that the Literature-Art-Media study programme does not involve the practical creation of art or media.
- There will be no aptitude test in the 2018 application process! The admission restrictions have been lifted and the application period extended until 15 September.
Departmental student advisory service
If you have general questions about the study programme, the examination regulations, your student account, internships, form 5 for requesting BaföG (German Federal Training Assistance Act), etc., please contact Dr Daniel Hütter. For advice related to your subject and for questions regarding the recognition of credits earned abroad or at other universities, please contact Dr Christoph Gardian (Literature), Sandra Hindriks (Art), Professor Beate Ochsner (Media).