What is EMMA? The European Media Masters of Arts (EMMA) offers a specialized program of study in new media development and production with a strong vocational outlook.
During an intensive program students create multi-media projects and artifacts ranging from interactive installations, innovative web and media solutions, experimental approaches to narrative and documentary practice, sound design and sonic composition. In fact the program covers almost the entire range of media production and frequently mixes them.
Knowledge and Skills
With a student intake of over 100 students in a wide range of disciplines, we can offer you a buoyant multidisciplinary course culture in which to explore your talents and ambitions. You will work with and learn from staff and students in your own and other disciplines. The course is delivered in English.
The course is project based, with taught elements. Given the highly specialized entry profile of the students formal technical training is a very small part of the program. Building on your existing advanced technical skills in the pathway of your choice you will find new ways of applying those skills not only in an externally assigned project but also in your individual research trajectory. The externally assigned group projects are acquired from industry through our faculty bureau Xchange, ensuring a close link with industry and cultural institutions in the field.
EMMA is validated by the Open University (London) and subject to the stringent quality standards maintained under QAA (Quality Assurance) regulations of the United Kingdom Higher Education. The MA is recognized in all countries acknowledging the United Kingdom's degrees and awards.
Internet and Multimedia
Developed a Shockwaved 'Visual Web Browser'.