The Cinema-Television Graduate Program aims to provide students with an advanced course of study in the history, theory and criticism of motion pictures. the instruments, contexts, and settings of the cinema and TV through the interdisciplinary cooperation of cultural, sociological, psychological, historical and linguistic approaches as well as promoting the emergence of products in these areas. The program is structured as to give the students the possibility to choose from a wide range of elective courses.
A curriculum specially designed to train successful researchers and practitioners in the field of film-television studies and media industry.
Opportunities to work with professionals.
A creative and critical academic atmosphere as a result of interaction of different disciplines.
Flexible institutional structure, which allows students to take on different courses from other graduate programs within the Graduate School of Social Sciences.
Several scholarship opportunities.