August 19, 2014

Final call for applications: MA in Visual Art and Audiovisual Arts

LUCA School of Arts
Irja Syvertsen, 2013. Photo: Tom De Visscher.

LUCA School of Arts is launching a final call for applications for its MA programmes in arts and design. LUCA School of Arts is the only college in Flanders exclusively dedicated to art and architecture, making it unique in the region. The art school combines the strengths and expertise of five renowned Flemish higher education institutions for art and architecture spread across Brussels, Ghent and Leuven.

More than 4,000 students can choose from in excess of 30 programmes in Audiovisual Arts & Techniques, Architecture, Interior Design & Construction, Music & Drama and Visual Arts & Design. LUCA School of Arts offers both professional and academic Bachelor, Master and Postgraduate degrees. For its architecture courses, LUCA collaborates exclusively with KU Leuven at the LUCA campus.

Open days
– Ghent, August 29, 2014
– Brussels, September 2, 2014

Master programmes in Visual and Audiovisual Arts
LUCA School of Arts offers a Master in Audiovisual Arts in Brussels and a Master in Visual Arts in Brussels and Ghent.

A Master’s program is a one-year, full-time academic course oriented at bringing students to an advanced level of knowledge and skills, necessary for the autonomous exercise of the arts or sciences, or for the application of scientific or artistic knowledge in the independent practice of a profession. For some students, the Master’s degree might be a step towards post-academic degrees or a PhD.

In Brussels, Master students specialise as artists and designers in Animation Film, Film, Photography, Information Design, Comic Design, Social Design or Fine Art. In Ghent, Master students specialise as artists and designers in Graphic Design, Textile Design or Fine Art.

DOC NOMADS European Master Course is a two-year-long documentary filmmaking program course taught in English and delivered by three European institutions: LUCA School of Arts, Campus Sint-Lukas Brussels; Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (Lisbon); and the consortium leader, the University of Theatre and Film Arts (Budapest).

DOC NOMADS aims at developing students’ basic skills in techniques, fieldwork, and writing, as well as their creative filmmaking and managing skills in an international production environment within the framework of a truly integrated training. This is the only film program supported by the Erasmus Mundus program of the European Commission. Prospective students have to go through an admission process and may apply for scholarships to cover travel costs and other expenses.

For more information, please contact our international officers via mail:
– Master programmes in Audiovisual and Visual Arts in Brussels: [email protected]
– Master programmes in Visual Arts in Ghent: [email protected]


Final call for applications: Masters in Visual Art and Audiovisual Arts at LUCA School of Arts

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