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ELIA Welcomes Five New Members!
ELIA send a warm welcome to our five newest members:
University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien (mdw) or University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna started as a conservatory as early as 1808.
Today, the university currently provides training to close to 3,000 students from over 70 countries in 115 degree programmes and 41 supplementary programmes, which are run across 24 departments.
The more than 1,200 individuals presenting over 1,300 artistic, scholarly and scientific events each year, make mdw Austria's largest organiser of cultural events.
Rostock University of Music and Drama
Hochschule für Musik und Theater Rostock (hmt) or Rostock University of Music and Drama
is a university of music in Rostock, Mecklenburg, Germany. It opened in 1994 and is member of der Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen (AEC) and since 2016 of the Association of Nordic Music Academies (ANMA).
The hmt is divided into the Institute of Music, Institute of Musicology and Music Education, Institute of Drama. It endeavors to link training and professional practice while incorporating the experience gained from international developments in the musicological and theatrical arts.
Today, the hmt is one of Europe’s most popular training institutions. Around 500 students from 42 countries study there.
Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School
Baltic Film and Media School of Tallinn University (BFM)
is a film and media school created in 2005 at Tallinn University, one of the biggest educational institutions in Estonia.
As a competence centre for communication and audio visual knowledge and expertise, BFM offers university degree courses in Film Arts, Crossmedia Production, and Audiovisual Media with over 400 students from more than 20 countries worldwide.
BFM is one of Europe’s largest – and Northern Europe’s only – English-language film and media school.
Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice
Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice
(Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Katowicach) is operating independently since 2001. Prior to that, for nearly 50 years, it functioned as branch of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, the oldest Polish higher education institution for art studies.
The Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice has around 600 students in total.
It offers programmes in both English and Polish from graphic art, graphic design, painting to industrial design.
In addition to regular training, the Academy offers an opportunity to participate in extra-curricular activities workshops and projects, carried out internally and in cooperation with many other institutions.
ifs internationale filmschule köln
The ifs internationale filmschule köln
is a privately funded film school in Cologne, Germany. The film school was founded by Filmstiftung NRW in 2000 and has up to 250 students.
The ifs comprises the bachelor degree in film as well as the international master programs in Film & Games. Courses at this institution are offered in cooperation with the TH Cologne (Technical University of Cologne). In addition, there are extensive training opportunities for professional filmmakers, from costume design to masterclass non-fiction now offered at ifs.
Among others, ifs is a member of the International Association of Film Schools CILECT and maintains numerous cooperations with international film schools and universities.
Welcome again to our new members!