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The Lucerne School of Art and Design provides training for experts in animation and moving image productions. The foundation of the School’s practice-oriented training in film is image and storytelling proficiency in film.
Master of Arts (MA) in Film, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, with a Major in Short Motion or Interaction
Graduates of the Master in Film programme are able to do the following:
Graduates of the Master in Film programme have developed an artistic mindset that is reflected in independent creative praxis.
Graduates who have specialised in Short Motion and Interaction participate in the development of new cinematic formats as employees or independent artists. They work as cross-media and motion designers in television or journalism or with agencies or work in a range of professional contexts as competent, solution-oriented partners, planning and realising films for a variety of purposes. They may position themselves as artists with installative works with the moving image.
The Master in Film also prepares graduates for an academic career in teaching and/or research. Graduates have a sufficiently firm grasp of theoretical fundamentals and the required number of ECTS points to begin doctoral work after obtaining the master’s degree.
The prerequisites for enrolment in the master’s programme include the following:
a) A bachelor’s or equivalent university or tertiary level degree in a design-related field, or
b) In justified exceptions: evidence of several years of practical work of proven excellence, which can be evaluated to be equivalent to a bachelor’s degree or diploma.
c) Passing an aptitude evaluation.
Comprehensive information on entrance requirements may be found on the Admission Procedure and Admission Requirements page in the section of Information for Prospective Students.
Interested candidates should apply using the Online Registration Form form of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts and include their credentials, a CV, a letter of motivation and – if available – a sketch of their project. In addition a portfolio documenting previous artistic and creative work is expected.
After the admissions board has reviewed the application documents, suitable candidates will be invited for an interview. Selection for the degree programme is based on the application documents and the results of the personal interviews with the admissions board.
Admission procedure information sheet
Academic year 2021/22: Thursday, 11 March 2021
Academic year 2020/21: 14 September 2020
Academic year 2021/22: 20 September 2021
The semester dates and our academic calendar can be found here.
All information on study fees can be found here.
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