Benefits


Learning outcomes
Students that will attend the MEDIAPRO IP will be able to describe and analyse the advanced print media management procedures and processes within the graphic arts and media technology and its relevant scientific fields. The students will be also able to review and illustrate the new characteristics of workflow in the print production process, from graphic design to prepress, printing and postpress, the design of the print production and the print management processes based on digital workflows.
Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to identify and practice innovations developments that take place in technologies, new design and management structures and production environments of the print media sector.

Added value for students and teachers
The course will significantly contribute to a deeper knowledge in these new topics and scientific fields, adding value to the students, the teachers and the participating institutes. This can be achieved by the structure of the course and the topics chosen to be taught. As a result, the teachers will be given the opportunity to exchange ideas in common learning topics and achieve an advanced knowledge by the multilateral cooperation at this international context. This will lead to a better understanding of the structure of graphic arts and media courses in other countries and will provide the advantage to upgrade and enrich the current modules taught at the institutes of the participating countries. In addition, the synergies expected to be developed, will lead to a stronger and long-lasting cooperation, enabling the opportunity for further cooperation in common projects, as, for example, the Erasmus central actions, curricula guidelines and thematic networks. In addition, The MEDIAPRO-IP will improve the quality and significantly increase the volume of multilateral cooperation between higher education institutions. This will be fulfilled by the structure of the course, the participation of lecturers and the transnational cooperation among the institutes at the graphic arts and media scientific and technological fields of the participating countries.