Applications Open for FilmEU Erasmus Mundus Masters
Discover the international master's programs Film Memory, Re-Anima, DocNomads and Kinoeyes.17.11.23 - 12h31
Universidade Lusófona and FilmEU continue to make their contribution to the development of international training, in collaboration with several renowned European institutions. The projects result in the creation of a multicultural educational environment, which stimulates creativity, sharing experiences and knowledge among students from different countries.
Discover the currently available Erasmus Mundus Masters and apply.
Erasmus Mundus Masters
RePlay - Masters in Games
This Master's program is dedicated to the dynamic world of video games and entertainment media, opening up a multitude of opportunities for candidates from all over the world looking to build successful careers in this industry. The project involves collaboration with 3 partner institutions: Aalto University (Finland) and LUCA School of Arts (Belgium).
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Film Memory - Master in Heritage, History and European Cinematic Cultures
This Master's program seeks to contribute to the training of specialists and train filmmakers to work creatively and critically with audiovisual heritage. The project involves collaboration with 2 partner institutions: IADT - Dún Laoghaire (Ireland), LUCA School of Arts (Belgium) and Baltic Film, Media and Arts School (Estonia).
Re:Anima - Masters in Animation
This Master's program thoroughly explores all fields of animation, from narrative and non-narrative to experimental uses of animation in expanded fields. The project involves collaboration with 2 partner institutions: LUCA School of Arts (Belgium) and Aalto University (Filand).
Doc Nomads - Masters in Documentary Film Directing
This Master's program aims to prepare qualified professionals to enter professional life in the art of documentary - as directors, producers or as independent artists. The project involves collaboration with 2 partner institutions: SZFE University of Theater and Film Arts (Hungary) and LUCA School of Arts (Belgium).
Kino Eyes - Master in Film Directing and Production
A highly intensive Master's program that seeks to promote new teaching and learning opportunities for students and teachers in the areas of fiction film production and creativity studies. The project involves collaboration with 3 partner institutions: Baltic Film, Media and Arts School (Estonia), Edinburgh Napier University (Scotland) and IADT - Dún Laoghaire (Ireland).