HFF Munich does not currently offer bachelor or master programs. Upon successful completion of your studies, you will receive a University for Television and Film graduation diploma.
HFF Munich admits students to the following degree programs: Feature Film and Television Feature (Dept. III), Film and Television Documentary (Dept. IV), Production and Media Business (Dept. V), Screenplay (Dept. VI), and Cinematography (Dept. VII).
Courses in the disciplines Media Studies (Dept. I) and Technology (Dept. II) are required curricula for all HFF Munich students. It is not possible to apply for a course of study restricted to these subjects.
Students seeking deeper understanding or specialization can take advantage of special study schemes offered by the following HFF Munich chairs and subdepartments:
Filmic Space (chair); Television Journalism (subdepartment); Advertising (subdepartment); Creative Writing (chair); Image, Light, Space (chair); Editing (chair), and VFX (chair). It is not possible to apply for a course of study restricted to these specialized areas.
Students begin their courses during the winter semester. The standard period of study is nine semesters. The curriculum includes lectures, seminars, practical exercises, and training productions – starting with the basic course of studies and then, after passing an intermediate examination, during the main course of studies. The degree programs at HFF Munich require full-time study.
Enrollment is currently free of charge, with no student tuition fees. The only current charge is a Student Union fee of €52 per semester. Foreign students pay the same Student Union fee as German students.