2nd Cycle Interdisciplinary Study Programme in Multimedia (the study programme is run by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Faculty of Computer and Information Science)

Duration and number of credits: 2 years (4 semesters), total of 120 ECTS credits.

Title conferred:

  • magister inženir multimedije,
  • magistrica inženirka multimedije, abbreviated to mag. inž. mm.

More about the programme in English can be obtained from a programme website


On completion of this programme, it is expected that students will be able to:

  • Combine knowledge from the wider field of multimedia.
  • Find efficient solutions for engineering problems in the field of multimedia content processing.
  • Conduct independent research to solve specific problems using literature and other information sources.
  • Design and develop complex multimedia solutions.
  • Comprehend contemporary issues in multimedia and responsibly evaluate the effects of proposed solutions in wider socioeconomic, ethical and environmental context.
  • Assess the suitability and use of advanced methods for modelling and analysis of multimedia data, content and users.
  • Apply state of-the-art software development in multimedia systems.
  • Effectively communicate (in writing and orally) with the professional community and with society at large at a high professional level as well as at a non-technical level, depending on the target audience.
  • Work efficiently as an individual or in teams of experts and in multi-disciplinary and multi-lingual settings.


Main objectives of the study programme

To offer the technical and non-technical aspects of the field of multimedia and their mutual synergy, specifically:

  • provide systemic knowledge in the fields of telecommunications and computer science,
  • train  students  to  analyse  problems,  search  relevant  sources  and  critically  assess information obtained,
  • train students to plan and implement multimedia solutions, both in technical and user aspects,
  • provide knowledge in the area of software development,
  • provide knowledge in the areas of analysing,  discovering and visualising data and information,
  • provide knowledge in the area of analysing and processing multimedia content,
  • train students for teamwork with experts in technical and non-technical fields, including the capacity for active communication in written or verbal form.

Providing high-quality knowledge in the field is a directly verifiable objective linked to the student’s learning outcomes. The successful completion of studies serves as a basis for realistically assessing attainment of the objectives and outcomes. Within just a few years of the first generation of master’s degree holders completing their studies, it will also be possible to verify directly the employability of those graduating from this study programme.

General and subject-specific skills

General skills:

  • ability to define, understand and creatively address problems in the broader field of multimedia,
  • ability to think critically on the basis of analysis and synthesis,
  • systemic knowledge, ability to undertake research and planning,
  • show professional, environmental and social responsibility,
  • ability to engage in active technical communication in written and oral form;
  • ability  to  make  optimal  use  of  information  and  communication  technologies  and develop them,
  • ability  to  autonomously  keep  abreast  of  the  latest  achievements  and  acquire  new knowledge,
  • ability to search resources, critically assess information communicate knowledge,
  • capacity for teamwork with experts in technical and non-technical fields.


Subject-specific skills acquired through the programme:

  • master  basic  and  specialised  knowledge  in  the  field  of  telecommunications  and information systems,
  • ability to generate technical plans and implement multimedia systems and services,
  • ability to plan and implement multimedia systems from the user standpoint, including user experience,
  • familiarisation with modern methods of software development in multimedia systems,
  • familiarisation   with   the   basic   properties   of   designing   information   and   visual communication,
  • ability to understand data and extract knowledge from data,
  • ability to analyse various types of multimedia content,
  • ability to acquire knowledge from complementary technical fields and the business sector and understand it.