Highly individualised tuition and research strength: As Switzerland’s first transdisciplinary university of the arts, the Bern University of the Arts (HKB) offers a diverse study programme in the divisions of Music, Design and Fine Arts, Conservation and Restoration, Theatre and Literature.
The HKB enables its students to enjoy a top-class education extending over all three academic levels up to a
The School of Arts (SoA) at the Catholic University of Portugal is based in Porto and offers a wide-range of undergraduate and graduate programs in arts. The main areas of study and research are: Cinema, Sound and Music, Animation, New Media Art, Photography, Creative Industries, Heritage, Conservation and Restoration and Curatorial Studies. The SoA is one of the main Film Schools in Portugal.
The Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz is a higher education institution for all those who would like to enter a profession in the field of fine arts and design. The attractive educational offer, distinguished academic teachers and well-equipped studios give students a guarantee of a successful career in an increasingly competitive labour market.
The University of Silesia encompasses twelve faculties and a number of units located in four cities of Upper Silesia – Katowice, Chorzów, Sosnowiec and Cieszyn.
The Faculty of Radio and Television (Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School) in Katowice was created in 1978. In 2001, by the decision of the Senate of the University of Silesia, it was named after Krzysztof Kieślowski.
The curriculum in the degree program Master Sound gives an overview of the coursework that should be done in the different semesters. In total, the students have to complete 9 modules with a total of 90 ECTS in 3 semesters.
More detailed information on the module contents can be found in the module manual.
Brera Fine Arts Academy - The Academy is one of the most important art education institutions in Italy. It was founded in 1776, and underwent a period of intense development during the Napoleonic period, when a Library and a Gallery were formed on its premises.
The Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon is the oldest artistic schools of high education in Portugal. With its origin connected to the Fine Arts Academy, founded in 1836, this Faculty has become through time an artistic school linked to contemporary art and design, guided by a constant preoccupation of occupying a place of action in nowadays culture.