Studies in performing arts encompass both the academic and practical fields of music, theater and dance. From theater history to advanced choreography, the field of performing arts lends a wide lens of study for a variety of students.
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The aim of the postgraduate program THEATRICAL STUDIES is the scientific specialization and research in the subject of the theatrical studies, with specialization in the
The aim of the postgraduate program THEATRICAL STUDIES is the scientific specialization and research in the subject of the theatrical studies, with specialization in the following three directions: (1) Survival of ancient drama; (2) Theatrical education; and (3) acting and directing. For more details, see The "Program Structure" section below).
Who is interested in the postgraduate program? Theatrical studies; The Graduate Program Theatrical Studies addresses, among others:
Graduate departments of theoretical studies,
Graduate philological departments,
Graduate departments of foreign literature,
Graduates of pedagogical departments,
Graduate departments of social, economic and related sciences,
Graduates of all specialties, whose subject is taught in secondary education,
Actors and people of the theater with a university degree.
The MMus programme aims to ensure the students’ ability to excel in today’s professional environment, where musicians must possess exceptional training as both teachers a
Duration (years): 1.5 years
Qualification Awarded: Music (MMus, 1.5 years or 3 semesters)
Level of Qualification: 2nd Cycle
Language of Instruction: English
Mode of Study: Full-time and Part-time are both possible.
Minimum ECTS Credits: 90
Profile of the Programme
The MMus programme aims to ensure the students’ ability to excel in today’s professional environment, where musicians must possess exceptional training as both teachers and performers. Specifically, it enhances and develops the students’ personal performance standards; the range of their performance experience; their effectiveness as pedagogues; and their problem-solving, critical thinking, and communication skills.