Study in:Denmark, Austria, Poland, HK
Course starts:August 2018
Deadline: 8 Jul 2017 (annual)
Media Arts Cultures is an Erasmus Mundus joint master degree developed by a consortium of four universities. This two-year master’s course with 120 ECTS workload (four semesters) awards a joint degree (Master of Arts in Media Arts Cultures).
The MediaAC Consortium of four universities and influential global associated partners from the creative and cultural sector dedicate to grow a new generation of professionals based on the future needs of the field and grounded in rigorous academic training.
Danube University Krems (coordinating partner)
Aalborg University (full partner)
University of Lodz (full partner)
City University Hong Kong (full partner)
Associated Partners – Ars Electronica, DAM, FACT, Laboratory of Research in Art and Techno Science, monochrom, transmediale, ZKM
Field of study:
MediaAC addresses the needs of the academic field as well as the demands of stakeholders from the Creative and Cultural Sector like creative industries, emergent digital businesses, future digital museums, galleries and archives.
Number of Awards:
Full participation fees, 1000€ per month living stipend, plus travel expenses.
Student’s prerequisite degrees should be from the following: art history, cultural studies, media/communication studies, fine arts practice (media related), cultural management, museology, art restoration, computer science, and any other field directly related to digital media, the arts or culture. Other fields will be taken into consideration by the Application Board.
Applicants must have as first degree at least a Bachelor degree or higher issued by a university (quantified as three years of studies corresponding to 180 ECTS). Or (if ECTS is not used in countries where the first degree was acquired): proof a period of study at a higher education level considered comparable to a Bachelor’s degree (on decision of the MediaAC Admission board). Note for Erasmus+ Scholarship applicants: Your degree must be completed by the deadline for scholarship application 8 Jan 2017.
Applicants must also have sufficient knowledge of English for academic purposes corresponding to level B2 within the CEFR/Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This is to be sent directly from the test centre TOEFL (PBT paper-based): 550 www.ets.org/toefl, TOEFL (CBT computer-based, 230 www.ets.org/toefl, TOEFL (iBT internet-based): 80 www.ets.org/toefl, Cambridge ESOL, C1 www.cambridgeenglish.org. An original or verified copy is accepted: IELTS (academic test): 6.5 www.ielts.org.
You can apply via the online application system. The application deadline is 8 January 2017.
It is important to visit the official website (link found below) to access the application form and for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.