Bachelor’s programmers are focused chiefly on preparing the student for an occupation, or to study in a Master’s programme. The instruction is organised in the form of lectures, exercises and workshops. The standard programme duration is at least three and at most four years. Programmes are duly completed by passing a state final examination, part of which is the oral defence of the Bachelor’s thesis.
Master’s programmes are focused on developing the student’s creative artistic abilities at a high level of mastery. Master’s programmes follow on from a Bachelor’s programme (hereinafter “continuing Master’s programmes”); the standard duration of these programmes is at least one year and at most three years. If a Master’s programme does not follow on from a Bachelor’s programme (hereinafter “Master’s programme”), the standard programme duration is at least four years and at most six years. Master’s and continuing Master’s programmes are duly completed with the state final examination, part of which is the oral defence of the Master’s thesis.
Doctoral programmes are focused on independent investigative work based on theoretical and methodological research, or on research and development through creative artistic activity. The standard programme duration is at least three years and at most four years, depending on the accreditation. Programmes are duly completed by passing a state doctoral examination, which includes the public oral defence of the dissertation.
"Studying at Famu International provides an opportunity to meet many like-minded individuals, which can result in long term creative partnership. The diversity of perspectives allows the students to explore new ways of communication and new ways of approaching art. The collaborative environment of Cinema and Digital Media master’s program balances theory and practice and it acts as a final step before pursuing a career in filmmaking."
Emir, Turkey (FAMU – Cinema and Digital Media – directing)
“For me, studying at AMU in Prague means good professors, a lot of opportunities to gain work experiences in my field of study, meeting so many great people from all over the world and from the Czech Republic, enjoying a wide range of cultural programme, good food and the atmosphere of a beautiful city. All these things have brought me to the decision to stay one more semester in Prague.“
Veronika, Germany (HAMU – Cultural Management in Germany/ Music Production)