Second call requirements for admissions to Montage and Photography study programmes were displayed. Please read thoroughly both, the general and the specific requirements, of your chosen study programme.
Our master's programmes taught in English are based on a long-established concept of master-level studies that has been proven in practice. They are conceived as a unique combination of teaching traditional film and photographic techniques, the use of new technologies and procedures in practice, a broad theoretical and historical basis, exploring new trends and emphasis on the students' own development as original artists.
Our goal is to provide comprehensive education in individual fields of study and to train creative and experienced professionals who are ready for practical life and can start to successfully build their careers. The small number of students studying individual courses allows us a highly individual approach to each student.
The master-level studies are intended for applicants:
The standard length of study based on the accreditation of the subsequent Master’s study program is two years or three years. (two years in program of Photography, three years in programs of the Cinema and Digital Media program, Cinematography and Montage). The subsequent Master’s study program is completed with a final state Master’s examination and the granting of the “Master of Arts” (MgA) academic degree.
DCDM MA - Specific admission requirements
CINEMATOGRAPHY MA - Specific admission requirements
MONTAGE MA - Specific admission requirements
MONTAGE MA - Specific admission requirements SECOND CALL
PHOTOGRAPHY MA - Specific admission requirements
PHOTOGRAPHY MA - Specific admission requirements SECOND CALL
Update: February 28, 2023