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The Lucerne School of Design, Film and Art 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 in Film with Specialisation in Documentary and Experimental Film.
Graduates of the MA in Film:
Graduates either distinguish themselves as filmmakers with a broad understanding of the medium, or they assume senior positions in big productions. They also work in commissioned commercial and applied productions.
The master's degree also prepares students for academic careers in teaching and/or research. What is more, graduates have the basic theoretical knowledge and the required number of ECTS credits to pursue a doctorate after the master's degree.
Please refer to the page Admission Procedures and Requirements for general admission requirements for the Master's programme.
Additional requirements for the Master of Arts in Film:
Interested candidates may apply using the registration button. They must upload their certificates, a CV, a motivational letter and a project concept or exposé. In addition, they must provide a portfolio documenting previous artistic and creative work in the field of audio-visual production, narration or conceptual activities.
After reviewing the application documents, the admissions committee will invite suitable candidates for an interview. Candidates will be selected on the basis of their application documents and their interview with the admissions committee.
Information sheet on the admission procedure
Academic year 2024/25: Thursday, 7 March 2024
Academic year 2024/25: 16 September 2024
You can find the semester dates and our academic calendar here.
All information on study fees can be found here.
Lucerne School of Design, Film and Art
Four semesters full-time or six to eight semesters part-time
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