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Institute for music and media (IMM)
Düsseldorf’s Robert Schumann University of Music and Media is addressing the challenges of our times and playing its part in current social and technological developments. In doing this, in addition to preserving tradition and knowledge, the school is also involved in shaping the present and the future. This is especially obvious in the case of the Institute for Music and Media (IMM). Established in October 2004, IMM offers students a unique opportunity to complete degree programs which combine musical and artistic interests with scientific and technical interests. Its diverse programs of study promote individual development and encourages graduates to pursue a professional career of their own choosing.

Degree programs
Music and Media, Bachelor of Music (B. Mus.)

This course of studies combines a wide range of subject matter and makes it possible to artistically and scientifically investigate, challenge and reinvent media perspectives as well as make these accessible.

Audio and Video, Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

The Audio and Video program is designed for students who are interested in a degree program combining technology and engineering with artistic studies but do not want to commit to a specific career path.

Klang und Realität, Master of Music (M.Mus.)

Following the principle of the unity of research and teaching, the Klang und Realität master’s degree program combines aesthetic, technical and theoretical approaches.




Brain Sensing Music

The audiovisual performance for string bass solo, Brain Sensing Music, by Valentin Link visualizes the brain activity of the player during a freely improvised music performance.


Yabanci [Stranger] by Simeon Herrmann and Michael Colella is a film about the fear of strangers that was awarded the Catholic Youth Media Award 2014.

Claude Debussy - La Mer

EN - Im November 2015 spielte das Symphonieorchester der Robert Schumann Hochschule unter der Leitung von Prof. Rüdiger Bohn La Mer von Claude Debussy.

Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf Fischerstraße 110, 40476 Düsseldorf
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