Curriculum & Courses
The Postgraduate Program is conducted exclusively in English.
The total Credit Units (ECTS) required in order to successfully complete the PP are 90. In order to be awarded with the Postgraduate Diploma, the student must attend eight (8) courses in total, in the first two (2) semesters (two (2) obligatory and two (2) elective in each semester: a total of 60 ECTS). In the last semester, provided that that the student has completed the 60 ECTS, he/she must write his/her master thesis, which corresponds to 30 ECTS.
The curriculum is structured as follows [where O (=Obligatory Course) and Ε (=Elective Course)]:
|O-Α1||Film Theory: From Analogue to Digital Cinema||O||10|
|O-Α2||Historiography or Television: History & Culture||O||10|
|E-Α4||Contemporary Issues in Film and Television Studies I||E||5|
|E-Α5||Film & Television: Aesthetics and Quality||E||5|
|O-Β1||Historical Cinema: Representing the Past in Fiction and Documentary||O||10|
|O-Β2||Advanced Topics in Genre and Television||O||10|
|Ε-Β3||Production Practices in Contemporary Filmmaking||E||5|
|Ε-Β4||Contemporary Issues in Film and Television Studies II||E||5|
|Ε-Β4||Film, Television and Politics||E||5|
The winter semester classes begin the first week of October and end after the second week of November of the same year.
The spring semester classes begin the first week of March and end after the second week of April of the same year.
The submission of the master’s thesis is January 15th of each year.