At the School of Arts and Communication (K3), we work with interdisciplinary education and research in media, culture and design. We combine traditional scientific and academic theory with artistic methods and practical elements.

Education at K3

The School brings together technology and culture. Our students work with new media, design, culture and a wide range of arts. A hallmark of K3 is that we collaborate with companies, organisations and other parties. Our students work with real-life cases through projects and assignments. 

Research at K3

K3 attracts researchers in several different disciplines, from design and information technology to media research and cultural sciences. Research projects can involve anything from participant design and physical computing to social media, cartoons and questions about culture and class. Much of the research is done together with external parties.

Research projects

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Third-cycle education at K3

The School of Arts and Communication (K3) provides third-cycle education and awards degrees in interaction design and media and communication studies. In order to be admitted to third-cycle education, you need to apply for a vacant position as a doctoral student.

Collaborate with K3

For K3, it is natural to collaborate with different parties. Many teachers and researchers run their own activities, companies or projects alongside their work. It is natural to involve people outside the university in our study programmes, degree projects, research projects or other types of projects. One exciting example is the IASPIS studio for collaboration with international artists.

Please contact us if you have ideas for collaboration with our students or researchers.

Current student at K3

The Student Web

If you are already studying at School of Arts and Communication, you can find practical information about studying at Malmö University on the Student Web. Information relating to your programme or course is available through Canvas, the University's virtual learning environment, which you can also access via the Student Web.

Visit the Student Web