Bachelor Degree in Visual Arts in Budapest in Hungary

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A bachelor's degree is awarded at the successful completion of an undergraduate academic program. It is often the first degree a student received in his or her academic career. It typically takes four years of full-time study to earn a bachelor’s degree.

Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is situated in the Carpathian Basin and is bordered by Slovakia to the north, Ukraine and Romania to the east, Serbia and Croatia to the south, Slovenia to the southwest and Austria to the west.

Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and the ninth largest in the European Union. As the largest in the country, it serves as a center for commercial and industrial activities among others. It has close to twenty institutions of higher learning within its borders.

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Bachelor in Photography

Budapest Metropolitan University
Campus Full time 6 semesters September 2017 Hungary Budapest

Photography is able to simultaneously recreate the world of facts, imagination, fiction and dreams. We encourage our students to express their ideas through the means offered by this creative outlet; we teach them how to use the visual design language of photography with analog- and digital technical tools. [+]

Bachelors in Visual Arts in Budapest in Hungary. Photography is able to simultaneously recreate the world of facts, imagination, fiction and dreams. We encourage our students to express their ideas through the means offered by this creative outlet; we teach them how to use the visual design language of photography with analog- and digital technical tools. We show our students the right techniques, technological innovations and enable them to seize the possibilities of this art form confidently. During practical work they will experience working individually or in a team, and learn how to stand their ground in their chosen path, let it be creative photography, fashion photography or photojournalism. Critical thinking becomes natural for our graduates as well as they express their own and other’s artistic activities verbally in order to join the on-going national and international discourses. THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR YOU 
… if you are interested in visual communication and wish to show others how you see the world through your lens. The ideal candidates have a mature critical sense, enjoy working in teams, and their eyes are always looking for possible subjects and pictures. CORE SUBJECTS: Photographic Design (creative, conceptual, portrayal, documentary, experimental, press and fashion), Creative Design, Studio and Digital Practice, History of Photography, Photographic Techniques, Image Manipulation, Digital Graphic Design, Artistic Interpretation, Critical Studies on New Media, Printing Technologies, Set Design, Typography, Studies in Philosophy, Art History and Social Science, Contemporary Visual Communication, Media Studies, Visual Analysis, Media Culture, Introduction to Journalism, The History of Journalism, Reportage Genres SPECIALIZATIONS: Artistic Photography Photojournalism Specializations are launched only if the minimum of 9 students wish to join the specialization. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: photographer in various specialized fields of photography and visual media independent artist in editorial offices photojournalist QUALIFICATION AS SPECIFIED in the degree certificate: Photographer Head of the program: Luca Gőbölyös DLA, 
Associate Professor, Balogh Rudolf Award-winning photographer “We live in a dictatorship of images... Imagine that design and its technical tools are slowly becoming available to almost everyone. Millions of photos are taken every second worldwide. This enormous amount of images has totally changed the use of these images, also our attitude towards them. It reflects the undepletable power of photography at the same time. In order to control this kind of power, we have to find the right and most effective ways and tools of image creation. This is what we are going to do here...” Gábor Gerhes 
Munkácsy Mihály Award-winning Visual Artist, Teacher of Photography [-]

Bachelor in Film and Media Studies

Budapest Metropolitan University
Campus Full time 6 semesters September 2017 Hungary Budapest

Unlike other programs, the three-year Film and Media Studies BA Program at MET, offers an introduction to this art form in the full range of the profession, including experiences in its various challenges, from one-camera interview shootings to multi-camera studio recordings. [+]

Unlike other programs, the three-year Film and Media Studies BA Program at MET, offers an introduction to this art form in the full range of the profession, including experiences in its various challenges, from one-camera interview shootings to multi-camera studio recordings. The program offers practical experience in making short films, television scenes and documentaries, as well as practice in the work of a screenwriter, director, assistant, lighting technician, sound engineer, and editor. These various practical opportunities help our students in their future careers as professional, confident filmmakers, and takes place where movies such as Die Hard, and 47 Ronin were shot - at the Origo Film Studio. THIS PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR YOU:
 …if you are interested in visual communication and various film genres, if you have mature visual intelligence and good cooperating and communication skills. CORE SUBJECTS: Basics of Editing, Creative Visual Studies, Film Market, History of Art, History of Motion Pictures, Image and Sound Postproduction, Motion Picture Technologies, Practical Motion Picture Arts, Psychology of Art, Social History CAREER PROSPECTS: Film and Media Production Specialist at institutes specialized in mass communication and media Organizer in program production Film and Media Specialist working for professional with a degree in arts Film and Media Specialist working for Advertising and PR experts in the field of analogue and digital post production in editorial offices Qualification as specified in the degree certificate: Film and Media Specialist Head of the program: Ádám Rozgonyi PhD, DLA, habil
Associate Professor, film director, screenwriter “We live in the line of the rapid fire of moving images. They are raining down on us from every possible place: movie and television screens, computer monitors, mobile displays, presentations and advertisements... They entertain, inform and control us. But who is going to invent, design, edit and record the images of the future in a creative, smart and artistic way? This might be just you. And this is what you learn to do at the Film and Media Studies program.” András Kepes DLA, habil. 
University Professor, Táncsics Mihály Award and Prima, Pulitzer Prize-winning Writer, Television Production Expert, Chairman of the Council of Arts “They say: “Success is a choice and it’s yours to make.” Are you one of these people to think like that? Then we have something in common. As a current student at Budapest Metropolitan University, I was clearly taught that the course you choose isn't what you study, it’s what you live. Here I have the chance to build a balance between my academic and social life and I have met so many nice people in the international community.Whether if they’re locals or from the parts of the world that you didn't even hear before, you’ll always be cheerful to meet these people. Apart from liking the fact that teachers would feel like your tutors during the classes and your friends afterwards the school, it makes sense of calling this atmosphere a family. Being a student here has given me the opportunity to equip myself with all the necessary skills and knowledge to further my career anywhere in the world. I thought I was only going to be a university student abroad as I enrolled to Metropolitan, but now I see I became an individual who delightedly calls this place, home.” Vedat Direk
student of our Film and Media Studies BA program from Cyprus [-]

Bachelor in Animation

Budapest Metropolitan University
Campus Full time 6 semesters September 2017 Hungary Budapest

Animation is an infinitely diverse genre of motion picture art with the most intercultural opportunities of our time. [+]

Bachelors in Visual Arts in Budapest in Hungary. Animation is an infinitely diverse genre of motion picture art with the most intercultural opportunities of our time. From cartoons to special effects, from computer games to online interface, from art films to commercials, it offers plenty of room to improve your creativity. While learning the fundamentals of the profession, our students experience classical drawing- and puppet animation and, as a rarity, they also have the possibility to work with 35 mm film. Acquiring the necessary co-artistic fundamentals will enable them to individually develop animated creations with complex technical needs. Excellent professors, an inspiring intellectual community, and an up-to-date and stable technical background provide our graduates with the opportunity to bring the best qualities and talent out. THIS PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR YOU: 
 ...if you would like to animate your creations, and are interested in drawing, modelling, rhythms and motions. If you need help with learning how to use different computer softwares and also, if you are already experienced in digital design. CORE SUBJECTS: Animation Design (dramaturgy, production and character design, film-compositing, directing), Drawing and Puppet Animation, 2D and 3D Animation, Modelling, Effects, Typography, Cinematography, Editing, Creative Music and Sound, Motion Picture and Animation History, Production Studies, Classical Studio Seminar Qualification as specified in the degree certificate: Animation Designer “Regarding the form of the classes, the teachers and the subjects, it did attract me and got me interested in the animation world. During my experience I had the opportunity to maximize my possibilities and find what I am capable of. I find lectures and seminars very interesting and well-focused on what the students have to know, generally, to be able to create, process and finish an idea. In general, teachers have great strengths and also weaknesses during the learning process of the students. Although helpfulness, pushing and encouragement to create and knowledge on the fields being taught are, for sure, the qualities of this program.” Rafa Yagüe, 
student of our Animation BA program from Spain “Animation is a fantastic opportunity for creative people to experience the joy of creation and to share it with others too. We await open, curious young people whom we can help find their own paths and voices, as there’s talent in everyone. At our major it will soon turn out what is meant for you, in what things you are the best at. This is the place for you if you are attracted to puppet or 3D animation, if you are interested in directing or simply in animation altogether. “ Éva M. Tóth DLA, PhD, habil 
 College Professor, Balázs Béla Award-winning Animation Film Director [-]

Bachelor in Study Art and Art History

McDaniel College Budapest
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 Hungary Budapest

The Studio Art/ Art History major provides students with the opportunity to develop their artistic and creative abilities while gaining a global perspective on the arts. A critical approach to art in its social, historical, and cultural context complements students’ own creative work and process. Students learn to describe, analyze, and interpret the form and content of works of art, while examining the significant movements of Western art as well as the secular and sacred art of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. At the same time, students acquire an array of techniques for their own artistic self-expression, ranging from two and three-dimensional design, to computer graphics and web design, photography, painting, and sculpture. Classes are small and involve close work with our professors, and students benefit from a wealth of opportunities to view historic and contemporary art in a Budapest, a major European art center. [+]

The Studio Art/ Art History major provides students with the opportunity to develop their artistic and creative abilities while gaining a global perspective on the arts. A critical approach to art in its social, historical, and cultural context complements students’ own creative work and process. Students learn to describe, analyze, and interpret the form and content of works of art, while examining the significant movements of Western art as well as the secular and sacred art of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. At the same time, students acquire an array of techniques for their own artistic self-expression, ranging from two and three-dimensional design, to computer graphics and web design, photography, painting, and sculpture. Classes are small and involve close work with our professors, and students benefit from a wealth of opportunities to view historic and contemporary art in a Budapest, a major European art center. Job and Further Study Opportunities Students completing the Studio Art and Art History major are equipped to continue their studies in well-known Masters of Fine Arts Programs, as well as Ph.D. programs in art history. They have entered the workplace as graphic and web designers, photographers and event organizers, able to bridge different visual cultures in the service of businesses, museums, schools, and marketing firms. Skills You Get Artistic & Creative Abilities Graphic & Web Design Analyzing Works of Art Photographing Courses Art of the Medieval World Italian Renaissance Art The Art of the Baroque in Northern Europe Romanticism and Impressionism Twentieth-Century Art Art and Culture of Islam History of Western Art I-II Traditional Native American Arts and Architecture Writing in Art and Art History Seminar in Art History Graphic Design I-II Perceptual Drawing Water Color Painting Design Digital Photography Web Design Independent Studies in Studio Art/ Art History Portfolio Preparation Senior Show Preparation Internship in Studio Art [-]