The vision of the program is to bring visual and media anthropological knowledge to people who have already settled, and are future leaders, in the digital media sectors, the film industry or governmental and non- governmental organizations, as well as to the current and future leading voices of the museums, film festivals, new and social media, galleries and other art und culture production industries.
The MA in Visual and Media Anthropology is the winner of the E-learning prize 2010 of the Centre for Digital Systems (CeDiS). We use a combination of different e-learning tools (Adobe Connect Webinar, LMS Blackboard, multi-media Online modules designed by our lecturer and 3D-virtual environments with avatars and voice-chat).
The program is a combination of E-learning and in-house learning with five main units:
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
At least 1 year(s) of work experience are required.Participants must proof a minimum of one year of work experience (internship, jobs, projects) SUBSEQUENT to the completion of the undergraduate or first degree. This work experience should be related to your first degree or to some sort of media practice.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Scholarship opportunities can be researched independently, e.g. at the following scholarship data base (unfortunately only in German, but it is available to foreign students). You should also check the following websites for scholarship opportunities:
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