Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School
Tallinn University Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM) welcomes qualified international students from around the world to apply for our study programmes taught in English.
At BFM we believe in learning by doing. Our focus is on professional hands-on training designed for international careers in the world’s rapidly growing audiovisual and media industry. Surveys of BFM alumni show that over 85% of our graduates continue their careers in the audiovisual and media industry.
|Crossmedia in Film and Television|
|Audiovisual Media: Documentary Film|
|JMD Film Arts|
|Digital Learning Games|
Admission for the degree programmes at Tallinn University is currently closed. The next admission starts in January 2018. Meanwhile take a moment to get to know our programmes, admission procedure and student life at Tallinn University!
NB! All required documents have to have arrived by the given deadlines by post to Tallinn University. The documents by post will be requested from the applicant in case they receive positive feedback in the first stage of the application procedure.
We await all active and creative students, who wish to apply themselves in the exiting world of audio visual arts, communication and media. Our study programmes have been compiled in a way that in a few years, you will obtain both the theoretical basic knowledge as well as varied practical skills. All study programmes value internships and collaborative projects, which will give you an insight to the industry and the possibility to gather social capital both in Estonia and abroad, while still at the university. BFM is equipped with modern video and sound equipment, we have our own TV studio, sound studios, an editing centre and a film studio. If you wish to diversify your studies, you can apply or courses in the other Schools of Tallinn University.
BFM has over 70 partner universities worldwide. We offer a truly exciting mix of cultures that creates an invaluable professional network for your later career. BFM provides students with free shooting and post-production equipment, studio space and production support for their creative works, supervised by established professionals from the audiovisual industry.
BFM is a proud member of CILECT (The International Association of Film and Television Schools, Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision – CILECT)
Estonian Academy of Arts Animation Department is located in BFM 4th floor, which gives us unique chances to co-work with them even more.
Here you can have a personal International Applicant Guide that helps you in the process of becoming a student at Tallinn University and ask a question about application procedure from our admission specialists.
Get tips on how to choose a programme that fits your interests and how to apply to our university. Find practical information about getting to Estonia and living here.Download!
In case you have any questions about the application procedure, do not hesitate to contact us. Our admission specialists are more than happy to help you!Ask!
If you are interested in studying at Tallinn University Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School for one to two semesters, you can join us as an exchange student. In addition, Tallinn Summer and Winter School offers a 3-week programme in July and in January, which include courses in various fields presented by the best Estonian and foreign internationally acclaimed academics, opinion leaders and intellectuals.
In any case, School of Humanities has a lot in store for you.
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