Programmes

e.g Crossmedia

Audiovisual Arts and Media Studies

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

The programme facilitates two modes of study: creative practice based audiovisual arts studies and empirical media studies. The curriculum focuses on contemporary forms and phenomena of media and audiovisual arts, first and foremost media content and media production research. Special focus is given to the processes of change in media and arts.

PhD studies
Estonian
English
4

Audiovisual Media

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

We offer an international education with a variety of curricular options leading to careers or graduate studies in the dynamic world of television, broadcast journalism and film. You can master the technical field studying cinematography, light and sound design or venture onto the creative track gaining skills in screenwriting, directing, producing and editing.

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
2000

Crossmedia

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

Crossmedia combines the areas of media production, storytelling and management, offering both theoretical grounds and exciting practical assignments. Studying Crossmedia means learning how to tell a story that unfolds on many directions where for example a story is introduced as a feature film, then expanded as a TV series and explored further as a live performance.

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
1900