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Arts, Culture and Media

How do processes of mediation influence artistic innovation? In what ways are the audio-visual arts, such as film, theatre and music, interrelated and which artistic values do they share?

What is the specific impact of audio-visual media upon individuals and culture? How do arts events contribute to our collective cultural memory, individual identity, and sense of place? And, through recent processes of globalisation, how does the transnational consolidation of the creative industries relate to the local organization, symbolic meaning, and marketing of music, film and theatre and their collective interpretation?

These are some of the issues addressed by the Film, Music, Theatre/ Performing and Audio-visual Arts degree within the Arts, Culture, and Media Department for Dutch and international students who want to study the arts in an international and digitally mediated context. Because the international perspective, this innovative three-year English-language Bachelor's degree specifically highlights the prominent role of arts as interactive forms requiring multidisciplinary theoretical paradigms. To accomplish this, the programme offers both a specialization framework ( Analysis and Criticism or Policy and Marketing ) and in-depth study into three of the most dominant internationally mediated and interconnected artistic forms within sonic and visual cultures ( Music , Film and Theatre). During the programme students acquire a fundamental understanding of the most relevant perspectives and methodologies for studying the arts as mediated processes including arts philosophy, arts cognition, media theory, arts aesthetics, and arts sociology. Because the programme develops a framework for thinking about the mediation of the arts in international contexts especially in a climate of increased competition and decreased funding, the themes of arts legitimization, globalisation, digitalisation, and intertextuality remain important issues from which to situate current patterns of evaluation, distribution, organization, and creativity.

During the programme, students enrol for two of these three arts disciplines for their major:


Arts Culture and Media Teaching and Research Faculty

Facts & Figures
Degree
BA in Arts, Culture and Media
Course type
Bachelor
Duration
36 months (180 ECTS)
Croho code
50629
Language of instruction
English
Start
September
Faculty
Arts
Studie in Cijfers
Why study this programme in Groningen?

The Arts Culture and Media programme is unique because it offers an

  • Interdisciplinary study within modules that examine the mutual interdependence of the arts
  • In-depth study in one art form and
  • Socially relevant study examining the social, ethical, and ideological dimensions of contemporary arts worlds in order to build bridges between academic institutions and living artists, communities, and arts organisations for their mutual and healthy proliferation in society.
Programme

The first semester surveys the history of the arts in society, from prehistoric times to today. You are introduced to the social function of the arts, while also developing your academic skills in writing and research.

In the second semester you follow the two arts discipline courses (film, music and theatre/performance). You also engage with arts philosophies relevant for the contemporary arts world. In short, the first year offers a diverse and grounded foundation for the following two years of the programme.

Periods
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All students: Introduction to Audiovisual Arts A (5 ECTS). International Students: Introduction to Audiovisual Arts B (5 ECTS). Dutch Students: Inleiding Kunstwerelden (5 ECTS) (10 EC)
Arts Sociology I and II (10 EC)
History and Theory of Arts and Media A and B (10 EC)
Film 1A: Film Analysis (5 EC)
Music 1A: Introduction to Classical Music (5 EC)
Theatre 1A: Analysis, History and Theory (5 EC)
Thinking about Art I: Philosophy of Arts (5 EC)
Arts and Cognition (5 EC)
Film 1B: Film Analysis (5 EC)
Music 1B: History and Theory of American Popular Music (5 EC)
Theatre 1B: Analysis, History and Theory (5 EC)

The second year focuses intently upon your arts specialisation of film, music or theatre. You study these discipline's history and theory while also choosing one of two frameworks related to contemporary professional arts worlds:

1. Arts Policy and Marketing 2. Arts Analysis and Criticism

Both tracks offer arts education as a focus. You also receive an introduction to the philosophical background of your arts specialisation, acquiring a more theoretical understanding of your chosen discipline.

Periods
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Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods for the Arts (5 EC)
Film II: Film History (10 EC)
Mediality to Intermediality (10 EC)
Music II: Topics in Classical Music (10 EC)
Theatre II: History and Theory (10 EC)
Arts Policy and Education (5 EC)
Cultural Entrepreneurship I (5 EC)
Film III: Film Theory (10 EC)
Music III: Popular Music Theory and Analysis (10 EC)
Narrativity Across Media (10 EC)
Theatre III: Theory and Analysis (10 EC)

In the first semester of the third year you follow the minor of your choice. There are several options for this minor, for example a study abroad minor or a career minor. In the second semester you follow three courses: in your arts specialization and related to your framework. In this semester you also write your Bachelor's thesis, combining a topic related to your chosen arts discipline and professional framework.

Periods
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Minor (10 EC)
Minor (10 EC)
Minor (10 EC)
Evaluating the Arts (5 EC)
Arts in Practice: Film Project, Theatre Project or Music Festival (10 EC)
Cultural Entrepreneurship II (10 EC)
Thesis (10 EC)
Film/Music/Theatre in a Global Context (5 EC)

Curriculum

The first semester of Year 3 focuses on the Minor. These 'future-oriented' Minors should help you prepare for choosing a follow-on degree programme or a career. You can opt for a pre-Master's Minor, a Minor abroad, a career-oriented Minor, a teacher-training Minor or a University Minor.

Programme options
Music (specialization)

Studying music in Groningen in the Arts, Culture and Media Department offers students a broad spectrum of perspectives from which to situate music's role in culture and society.

Within core modules, students learn to identify the aesthetic, historical and formal qualities connected to various music genres from baroque to jazz and from musique concrète to EDM. The programme provides an overview of relevant theoretical models, drawing in particular from the disciplines of cultural studies, ethnomusicology, musicology, media studies, and theories of race, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity. Individually and in groups, students engage in research projects that expose them to local, national, and international music cultures and phenomena. Here, they investigate the changing processes guiding music's mediation and institutionalisation in the twenty first century.

Coordinator Music: k.a.mcgee@rug.nl Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicStudiesRUG

More information about this option

Film (specialization)

The Film Studies track offers a specialization in the study of film as an art form, a medium, and a cultural practice.

Students following this track become acquainted with a wide range of film genres and styles. They learn theoretical concepts from film and media theory to film philosophy, emotion studies, cognition and aesthetics. These perspectives enable students to examine the various shades of the film experience and to understand trends like techno aesthetics, transmedial storytelling and complex narration. Film students have full access to: devoted staff supervision and hands-on education; a national high-profile network of professional internships; a distinguished international network of associated academic partners for research and education. Groningen is a lively city with multiple (art house) cinemas. We offer great possibilities for ERASMUS exchanges to partner universities like the Freie Universität Berlin, Paris-Sorbonne, and many others. Last but not least, we regularly feature renowned guest lectures by outstanding artists, scholars and cultural critics.

Course Coordinator: Dr. Annie van den Oever, a.m.a.van.den.oever@rug.nl Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groningenfilmstudies

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Theatre and Performance Arts (specialization)

The theatre and performance track offers in-depth study of all forms of theatre as historical, cultural and social practice, as well as the contemporary market and its related interdisciplinarity.

Within this specialisation, students study the rich and diverse history and theory of theatre from ancient drama to dramatic, post-dramatic theatre, and experimental performance, acquiring insights into a number of perspectives and research methods. Through individual research and group projects, students focus upon the creation and perception of theatre; the goals and intentions of theatre makers; and the public's experiences and interpretations.

During their studies, students of theatre and performance remain in constant contact with the contemporary theatre market by visiting a number of local and international productions and festivals, participating and organizing pre- and post-show discussions with theatre makers and contributing dramaturgically to the creative process of artists. Additionally, they are also asked to create a theatre project of their own and present it publicly in a theatre venue in Groningen. This way they also have the opportunity to come in contact with the practical side of the artistic process.

Coordinator Theatre: l.d.m.e.van.heteren@rug.nl

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Arts Analysis and Criticism (specialization)

The Arts Analysis and Criticism Framework offers students intensive study into the three fundamental facets surrounding criticism of the arts in the contemporary arts worlds:

(1) an aesthetic understanding of arts practices as inherently mediated phenomena; (2) a recognition and conceptualisation of the interdependence of the arts across disciplines and across media and finally (3) an examination of new and creative forms for evaluating the arts, motivated in particular, by digital media.

Differentiating between these various critical aesthetic debates - such as those offered in the fields of arts ethics, performance theory, film theory, and arts and emotions - is an important aspect of this framework. For this framework, students enroll in courses in order to acquire a firm grounding in those three facets of arts media theory (mediation, intermediation, digitalisation), while also developing the written and evaluative skills to undertake their own unique forms of arts criticism and analysis. In short, the arts criticism and analysis framework provides students further grounding into the important debates reflective of contemporary arts criticism practices, which cross disciplines and media, while further cultivating greater understanding of the specific debates and concepts surrounding particular art forms.

Arts Policy and Marketing (specialization)

The Arts Policy and Marketing Framework offers students an in-depth perspective on how the arts are organised in society.

In this track, students examine how the production and mediation of the arts are marketed in a larger societal context. Furthermore, this frame investigates how the experience of the arts becomes meaningful for arts participants, including audience members, music fans, and arts professionals while also examining how these players impact the broader culture. Thus the framework devotes particular attention to examining to what extent local authorities value (or fear) the arts and their broader impact upon culture. The seminars introduce students to various core methods for studying the arts as a social activity, drawing heavily from social science methodologies. Furthermore, the grounding concepts for arts management and arts marketing as well as more broadly conceived cultural perspectives on the value of the arts within the domain of arts education and policy are also discussed. Thus the seminars incorporate concepts and methodologies from a variety of disciplines, especially from the social sciences, management sciences, cognitive sciences and public policy theory. Coordinator Arts Policy and Marketing: Quirijn Lennert van den Hoogen (q.l.van.den.hoogen@rug.nl)

Minors (minor)

The fifth semester of your studies is dedicated to your Minor: a coherent set of future-oriented course units. It prepares you for a follow-on Master's degree program or for entering the labour market. You can opt for a Career Minor, a Minor abroad, an At work in the Netherlands Minor, a University Minor or a Faculty Minor. Use the link above to find out more about the content of these Minors.

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Study abroad

  • Study abroad is optional
  • Maximum of 40 EC
Entry Requirements

Admissible Dutch diploma profiles

  • CM
  • EM
  • NG
  • NT
  • HBO-p

    Additional requirements English: Minimum requirement of TOEFL iBT 90 (with a minimum of 21 on all items), or IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6 on all items). Language Centre English Test (LCET) level C1 (B2 for no more than two components)

Admission requirements

Specific requirementsMore information
language test

Minimum requirement of TOEFL iBT 90 (with a minimum of 21 on all items), or IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6 on all items). Language Centre English Test (LCET) B2 on all items (preferably C1).

previous education

Dutch VWO diploma, a German Abitur, an International Baccalaureate diploma, a European Baccalaureate or another diploma that is sufficient for acceptance to a Dutch university. Students with Dutch 'hbo-propedeuse' diploma also need to meet the language requirements as mentioned below.

other admission requirements

This programme is offered completely in English. German students can also enter the Dutch programme through the option of an intensive course in Dutch level 1+2 at the University of Groningen during the summer.

Choice of degree programme check

The degree programme will organize a matching procedure. Attendance is optional. The advice is not binding.

Explanatory notes

Wil je in september beginnen met een bacheloropleiding aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen? Meld je dan uiterlijk op 1 mei aan in Studielink. De opleiding geeft je de mogelijkheid om gebruik te maken van een matchingsactiviteit, om te zien of jij en de studie bij elkaar passen. Welke matchingsactiviteiten er precies zijn, verschilt per faculteit.

Heb je vragen over matching? Kijk dan op www.rug.nl/matching

Choice of degree programme check

If you intend to start with a bachelor degree programme at the University of Groningen in September, make sure to apply before May 1 in Studielink. The degree programme will give you the option to participate in a matching activity to see if you and the degree programme are a match. Which matchings activity they provide depends on the faculty and programme.

Any questions about matching? Check www.rug.nl/matching

Admission requirements

Specific requirementsMore information
language test

Minimum requirement of TOEFL iBT 90 (with a minimum of 21 on all items), or IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6 on all items). Language Centre English Test (LCET) level C1 (B2 for no more than two components).

previous education

Dutch VWO diploma, a German Abitur, an International Baccalaureate diploma, a European Baccalaureate or another diploma that is sufficient for acceptance to a Dutch university. Students with Dutch 'hbo-propedeuse' diploma also need to meet the language requirements as mentioned below.

other admission requirements

This programme is offered completely in English. German students can also enter the Dutch programme through the option of an intensive course in Dutch level 1+2 at the University of Groningen during the summer.

Application deadlines

Type of studentDeadlineStart course
Dutch students01 May 201901 September 2019
01 May 202001 September 2020
EU/EEA students01 May 201901 September 2019
01 May 202001 September 2020
non-EU/EEA students01 May 201901 September 2019
01 May 202001 September 2020
Tuition Fees
NationalityYearFeeProgramme form
EU/EEA2018-2019€ 2060full-time
non-EU/EEA2018-2019€ 8300full-time
EU/EEA2019-2020€ 2083full-time
non-EU/EEA2019-2020€ 8900full-time

The Dutch government intends to halve the statutory tuition fees for specific groups of first year bachelor's students starting from the 2018/19 academic year.

https://www.rug.nl/education/tuition-fees-halved

After your studies

Job prospects

Once you have graduated, you will be qualified to work within organisations related to the arts, such as theatres, arts companies, concert halls, popular music venues, orchestras and museums. You could also work for a publishing firm, within government institutions, for research companies, or within public media organizations (radio, TV or internet). Your employment tasks will range from arts curatorship and arts research and evaluation to management and policy consultation.

Job examples

  • Criticism and Analysis
  • Arts Education (as MA specialisation)
  • Arts Policy and Marketing
  • Research Positions
  • Other job possibilities
Research

Arts in Society

Foto: Jeroen Dekker
Foto: Jeroen Dekker

In recent decades, the arts have undergone radical transformations and rapidly adapted to late-capitalist phenomena such as globalisation, digitisation and the democratisation of creative channels. Due to the increasing influence of culture and the creative industry within the world's expanding urban metropolises, notions of artistic autonomy, forcefully promoted in the 19th century, have re-emerged in philosophical and ideological discourse.

In light of this, the position of the arts in society demands new form of conceptualisation, definition and legitimatisation.

The Research Centre Arts in Society examines these transformations as well as the emerging values surrounding the arts and their role in society. The Research Centre is divided into five knowledge domains :

For more information visit our Research Centre Arts in Society page

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								Testimonial of Vanessa van 't Hoogt

    I think it's important to gain a practical understanding of the arts world. That's why I did (and still do!) volunteer work at several art institutions alongside studying for my Bachelor's degree.

    – Vanessa van 't Hoogt
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    Self-development outside your studies
    ‘I think it’s important to gain a practical understanding of the arts world. That’s why I did (and still do!) volunteer work at several art institutions alongside studying for my Bachelor’s degree. I was also actively involved in IK, the ACM study association, as the secretary of the Museum Committee, and as chair of the Party and Introduction committee I’ve organized several parties and the introduction camp. That was so much fun. As one of the international student ambassadors for ACM I inform prospective international students about the programme. Last month I went to a recruitment fair in Germany.

    I have learned a lot from being actively involved in the study programme, the association and the Faculty – not only by working in a project team, but also by chairing a committee, monitoring its tasks and being responsible for an activity.

    Groningen is a lively city with a rich cultural life and there is always something to see and experience. All the culture, sport and leisure facilities and amenities provide excellent opportunities for self-development outside your studies.’

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								Testimonial of Student Ambassador Susanne van Rest

    Not only the aesthetics and history of artworks are studied, but you also examine subjects on sociology, cognition and philosophy

    – Student Ambassador Susanne van Rest
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    About Susanne

    Hi! My name is Susanne van Rest. I am 22 years old and I am studying Arts, Culture and Media at the University of Groningen. I am in my third year, currently working on my minor of Art and Religion. The minor you choose in your third year can broaden or specialize your degree programme. My main subject of study is Theatre, thus I am often found spending and enjoying my time in the theatre. I also love visual art, music, reading, dancing and I am an active member of a church, where I write the children's programme, among other things.

    Why Arts, Culture and Media?

    I knew quite quickly that I wanted to be a part of the art community. The Arts, Culture and Media programme initially appealed to me because it views art from many different perspectives. Not only the aesthetics and history of artworks are studied, but you also examine subjects on sociology, cognition and philosophy. With this programme you study the arts on a deeper level. In addition, it appealed to me that you can delve into many different art forms, not just focusing on one. Since I am interested in theatre and visual art, this suited me well.

    Read more about Susanne Rest and why she chose to study Arts, Culture & Media in Groningen!

    Questions? Send Susanne an e-mail!

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								Testimonial of Jonne  ter Braak

    My job is to 'know what's going on', not only in the artistic world but also in society as a whole.

    – Jonne ter Braak
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    ‘I work as a programmer and decide the artistic policy of the Felix Meritis cultural centre, as well as the theatre programme for the Welcome to the Village festival. My job is to ‘know what’s going on’, not only in the artistic world but also in society as a whole. I am continuously busy creating links between current affairs, artists, the works and the audience. On a practical level, this means I go to a lot of performances, read blogs, newspapers and specialist literature, and invest in a professional network. Programmers are also constantly working on fundraising, marketing and communication, finances and internal policy. The programme was absolutely essential to my work; as well as a thorough knowledge of theatre, it also provided me with a sociological and philosophical foundation. It’s precisely that link with other parts of society that you need to create a relevant artistic programme.’

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    Alumnus Carola van Dijk

    – Carola van Dijk
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    Volunteer at the safety collection of the EYE Film Museum in Amsterdam

    Studying film in Groningen gives you so many opportunities to broaden and/or deepen your interest in the field. Attending the Summer Film School in Antwerp, volunteering at the university's film archive and enjoying the support of dedicated staff members really helped channel my career orientation.

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    Placement at the Press and Publicity department of BNN, Hilversum

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    My time at BNN taught me how to work hard and accurately in an informal atmosphere and how a public broadcasting company operates. I acquired new skills, such as writing press releases and dealing with audience reactions. I also discovered my strengths and weaknesses and decided which direction I want to take after I graduate.

    I would advise other students to do a placement because it gives you a unique opportunity to look behind the scenes of a potential working field. Apart from acquiring new skills, you also find out whether a particular sector lives up to your expectations. But the most important thing is that you can build up a network, which will stand you in good stead in the future.

    There’s always something going on at BNN: from an evening recruiting subscribers at the Kamasutra fair, to supervising the press backstage during the Golden Oldies concert in Koninklijk Theater Carré, to getting Rihanna to do a BNN promo on Facebook. I was particularly proud to see my own press releases in the newspapers, on nu.nl and broadcast on NOS op 3 and the like. But I certainly won’t forget the ‘regular’ hours in the office either.

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    Alumnus Mateo Palencia Morales

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    ERASMUS exchange student from Complutense University Madrid

    I highly recommend the Film and Media Studies department at the University of Groningen. I was a visiting student here in 2014, and I had the chance to study film in all its variants, focusing on theory and history, analyzing movies, and making an audiovisual essay. I couldn't like it more! What impressed me in particular was the enthusiasm of the professors and their assistants in teaching as well as their domain of the subjects. They also created extracurricular activities and the classes were equally effective in both practice and theory. I felt really welcomed by the whole department and therefore I highly recommend you to study there. If film is the field you would like to make yours and you have the opportunity to do so, go ahead!

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								Testimonial of Student Ambassador Joanna Zienkiewicz

    Whether you are interested in examining arts from a theoretical point of view or in the practical side of arts policy and marketing, this study is something for you!

    – Student Ambassador Joanna Zienkiewicz
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    About Joanna

    Hello! My name is Joanna and I come from Poland. I’m currently living my dream of studying abroad and making friends coming from various cultures and backgrounds and I’m here to help you achieve your dream if it happens to be similar. I’m interested in theatre, creative writing, music, politics and much more, and I’m trying to make the most out of every day I spend in the wonderful city of Groningen!

    Why Arts, Culture & Media?

    I had a hard time choosing a discipline that interests me the most. At the beginning of high school, I still wanted to study physics! Gradually, I discovered my love for theatre and music and I decided that this is what I want to pursue the most. I always enjoyed writing and giving my opinions on art, which I engaged in at all opportunities. That’s why a study like Arts, Culture and Media – broad, contemporary and with the possibility to go more in-depth on chosen specializations (in my case: Analysis & Criticism, Theatre, and Music) seemed perfect for my interests. Whether you are interested in examining arts from a theoretical point of view or in the practical side of arts policy and marketing, this study is something for you!

    Read more about Joanna Zienkiewicz and why she chose to study Arts, Culture & Media in Groningen!

    Questions? Send Joanna an e-mail!

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								Testimonial of Myrthe Engeltjes

    The programme is theoretical in nature, but motivates you to discover the practical applications, and offers you the opportunity to explore the various artistic disciplines in depth

    – Myrthe Engeltjes
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    I’m really happy with my choice!

    After studying Nursing for two years, I decided to rekindle my dormant interest in art and culture. I moved from Elburg to Groningen, and started the degree programme in Arts, Culture and Media. The programme is theoretical in nature, but motivates you to discover the practical applications, and offers you the opportunity to explore the various artistic disciplines in depth. In addition, you also follow course units in sociology and philosophy, for instance. ACM is tougher than it sounds, but with some commitment on your part, it’s perfectly possible to combine it with other activities. For example, I’m the PR Officer for the Party and Introduction Committee of the study association, where I’ve met lots of cool people from many different countries. I’m really happy with my choice!

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								Testimonial of Student Neesha Kanagarajah

    Studying Arts, Culture and Media promotes independence

    – Student Neesha Kanagarajah
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    I chose to study Arts, Culture and Media as I've always had a keen interest in art history and the creative machineries that make daily life so much more interesting. After trailing down various paths in life, studying other courses and working in a professional environment, I decided to follow my passion and it proved to be the most challenging of them all. The Arts aren't a rigid set of rules - unlike other studies which I have done- therefore learning it is completely at your own capacity to understand it. This promotes independence and thinking critically about what you are learning.

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    Alumnus Omar Larabi

    – Omar Larabi
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    Freelance writer for De Filmkrant and Moviescene.nl, editor for Stand van Stad (The film edition), contributor to Movie Insiders podcast, Cineragua Festival, Glasnost Radio

    For me, studying in the Film and Media Studies program was a way to use my already existing love for film, and mould that into a theoretical framework. I was challenged to dismantle movies, and put them together again. I still use these academic theories and techniques in my work as a film critic. You learn to watch film in another, elaborate way.

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Study associations

IK

Study Association IK is the study association of Arts, Culture & Media at the University of Groningen.
IK organizes both study related and non-study related activities. The Study Association currently exists of a little bit less than 200 members, eight committees and a board with four members.
http://www.studieverenigingik.nl/
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Student profile

If you are thinking about a career in the field of the arts, then this programme is for you. If you are curious about how arts institutions such as festival organizations, theaters or record companies run their programmes, then you will be well suited in our Arts Policy and Marketing track. If you enjoy examining how film techniques evoke emotions or recognizing the relevance of song forms or narrative structures then the Arts Analysis and Criticism Framework suits you.

(Binding) study advice
  • A minimum of 45 EC in the first 12 months (binding)

You will be offered study advice after first year of study. You can expect a positive result if you have earned more than 45 ECTS credit points (out of a total of 60 ECTS). If you have earned fewer than 45 ECTS and are issued a negative result, you will not be allowed to continue with your degree programme.

You will receive preliminary study advice in December to make sure that you know where you stand. Please contact your study advisor as soon as possible if you have any questions about the BSA system. N.B. Some degree programmes use a tutoring system; please check with your study advisor.

Study support

If you have any questions or doubts about your studies, you can always contact the study advisor. He/she knows the ins and outs of the programme, the Minors, the study abroad options and yearly planning options. Study advisors are impartial and everything that is discussed is treated confidentially. They can also assist you in choosing the right institutions and student desks for your problems.

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