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  • Local: $ 922 / Year
  • Foreign: $ 2.65k / Year
  • Languages of instruction:
  • English

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    Twelve European universities have termed up in order to create this international master porgramme. Its objective is to provide a high level of education to a limited number of students (five per university and per year) who have an interest in specialised research in this field.

    Partner universities

    University of Udine (Italy), Università Cattolica of Milano (Italy), University of Liège (Belgium), Birkbeck College, London (England), Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany), University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (France), University of Paris III Sorbonne nouvelle (France), University of Frankfurt (Germany), Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain), University of Lille 3 (France), University of Rome 3 (Italy), University of Amsterdam (Netherlands).

    Other universities could join the network in the future.

    Competitions and projects
    As a part of various classes, you will be encouraged to take part in a number of competitions ans/or projects. Two examples :

    Short film competition, "2017, the future of Liège"

    As a part of "Liège Expo 2017", WAT Productions and Liège's image hub organised a competition for original scenarios of short fiction films.

    The prize awarded by Wallonie Image Production, consisting in making WIP's technical resources at the winner's disposal, went to Bastien Martin, graduate in Performing Arts, for his short film "Peket Fiction". Two ULg students, Victor-Emmanuel Boinem and Régis Falque, also stood out for their short film "Le Déclencheur".

    Student collaboration between Liège and Maastricht for the project on Maastricht's candidacy as capital of culture in 2018

    The city of Maastricht is a candidate to become Europe's capital of culture in 2018. This is a great opportunity for the universities of Liège and Maastricht to tackle the issue of Euregional identity. Is there such a thing ? If so, what form(s) does it take on ?

    Scientific coordinators for international exchanges from the Masters in Media Culture (Maastricht University) and internships in Performing Arts (ULg) gave students the opportunity to examine this issue through Euregional cinema, and more specifically the role of landscapes in those productions.

    Four students from the Masters in Performing Arts set up an audiovisual and multimedia project consisting in an "installation", together with 5 students from the "Media Culture" orientation of the University of Maastricht. They recreated some of the most iconic scenes of films shot - whether entirely or partially - in the Euregio (Rosetta, Eldorado, Rundskop). The result was staged (sound, lights, video...) and screened in June in Maastricht at the Lumière cinema, under the title "One Upon a Landscape".

    The Belgian/Dutch team of students then continued collaborating until the end of June, by working on improving its project (and on its further development under other spectacular forms). The goal was essentially to enlarge the project's scale, in order to submit it to the "Culture" committee of Maastricht 2018.

    The project was prolonged this year.

    This master comprises two years of studies. Your study programme will be as follows :
    - 1st year :

    1st quadrimester - ULg : Courses totalling 25 credits + 10 credits for resarch project
    2nd quadrimester - courses in a foreign university (chosen by the student, with the agreement of the joint pedagogical commission) : 25 credits

    - 2nd year :

    1stquadrimester - courses in a foreign university (chosen by the student, with the agreement of the joint pedagogical commission) : 15 credits
    2nd quadrimester - ULg : courses totalling 19 credits
    1st et 2nd semesters : 26 credits dedicated to the master's thesis

    In addition, the University of Liège will offer optional foreign language courses. Passing these two years of studies will earn you the Master's degree in Performing Arts, with a Professional Focus in Cinema and audio-visual Studies (international programme).


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    The requirements to access to the master programmes are regulated by articles 51 to 53 of the decree of 31 March 2004 defining higher education, promoting its integration into the European Higher Education Area, and refinancing universities.The master programmes are open to students who hold one of the following: * a bachelor in the same curriculum; * the same master with a different focus; * a university degree, subject to the academic authorities' decision and to additional requirements defined by them; * a long course academic degree granting access to the master, subject to a decision by the government and to additional requirements defined by it; * an academic degree similar to those mentioned above, delivered under the same conditions by the Flemish Community, the German-speaking Community or the Royal Military Academy; * a foreign academic degree recognised as equivalent to those mentioned above in application of the aforementioned decree, of a European directive or of an international convention, under the same conditions.The additional requirements are designed to ensure students have sufficient knowledge of the subjects required for the intended studies.When these additional requirements consist in one or several additional courses, they cannot add more than 15 credits in total to the student's course load, considering all other credits counting towards their admission.These courses are included into the curriculum of their master programme.Master programmes are also open to students who, in order to earn the bachelor in the same curriculum, must still pass no more than 12 credits and are registered for those courses.Master programmes, possibly subject to additional courses worth no more than 60 credits (when this added course load is over 15 credits, it must be taken as a preparatory year), are open to students who hold one of the following: * another bachelor-level degree delivered by the French Community (professional bachelor or transition bachelor from a non-university institute of higher education), granting access to the master following a decision by the government and subject to the additional requirements defined by it; * a similar academic degree, delivered by the Flemish Community, the German-speaking Community or at the Royal Military Academy, or a foreign academic degree recognised as equivalent; * a bachelor-level degree delivered by a Belgian university or a foreign institute of higher education can the admissions jury can value at 180 credits or more.knowledge and skills, acquired through personal or professional experience, that can be recognised by the admissions jury. This relevant experience must be equivalent to at least five years of professional activity, not taking into account failed years of higher education. At the conclusion of an evaluation process organised by the academic authorities, the admissions jury judges whether the student's skills and knowledge allow them to successfully pursue the programme.
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