International Master in Composition for Screen (E) - Master

 




InMICS was created by a partnership of European and Canadian higher art education institutes and professional organizations in the field of audiovisual creation. This two-year programme will give advanced students the chance to hone their skills, share their talents and develop their own personality and projects within an international, professional environment. InMICS will educate composers who are highly skilled, as well as individual, creative, critically aware, innovative and professional in their approach. By training students with these attributes, InMICS wishes to give them the best possible preparation for shaping tomorrow’s cultural industries.


InMICS has been developed to teach students how to manage the entire process of music creation for audiovisual media, from composing and recording the music to finding the right words to talk about visual art, as well as mixing the music and promoting their own work.
What makes this programme unique is its international dimension, entailing a great diversity of aesthetics, cultures and teaching methods, the sharing of optimal practices and the exploration of innovative practices and tools.
The study is for two years, at two of the four partner institutes. Each of the participating schools offers a specific teaching environment, and students will study and work at two of the four schools. This give them the ideal opportunity to fulfil their personal objectives and advance their professional perspectives. Each of the four institutions offers a different teaching approach to composition for visual media, with a specific focus on the medium and professional perspectives:



  • Conservatorio GB Martini Bologna: Electroacoustic Composition for Screen

  • Conservatorium/School of Arts Ghent: Musical Theatre and Media Arts

  • CNSMD De Lyon: Scoring for Screen

  • Université De Montréal’s Faculty of Music: Composition for Video Games


Each student will not only benefit from the academic contexts of two different schools, but will also participate in collective distance learning courses available to all students, simultaneously accessible in all four countries. All students will come together to attend workshops where they will collaborate with audiovisual arts students. These workshops are organized within the framework of the participating festival partners, so students will be meeting the active professionals and presenting their work to wide audiences.
Our associated partners from the professional working field will also contribute to the master’s programme, providing experts to teach, coach or evaluate students. They will help students develop their research or personal artistic projects. Thanks to internships and other opportunities to meet actively producing professionals, students will build their own network and set up their careers according to their specific aspirations and needs.
The biannual recruitment of InMICS students begins in January 2018. The first group of students (12 maximum) will begin their degree work in September 2018. At the end of the two years, students will receive a double master’s degree.


The programme will be taught primarily in English, with the exception of a few courses in the language of the country of one of the four institutes. You will need a B1 level in English in order to successfully follow the InMICS courses. Additionally, if you wish to study at the University of Montréal, you will need an A2 level in French. Language levels will be assessed during the applicaton interviews.




Studiepunten

120

International Master in Composition for Screen (E) - Master




InMICS was created by a partnership of European and Canadian higher art education institutes and professional organizations in the field of audiovisual creation. This two-year programme will give advanced students the chance to hone their skills, share their talents and develop their own personality and projects within an international, professional environment. InMICS will educate composers who are highly skilled, as well as individual, creative, critically aware, innovative and professional in their approach. By training students with these attributes, InMICS wishes to give them the best possible preparation for shaping tomorrow’s cultural industries.


InMICS has been developed to teach students how to manage the entire process of music creation for audiovisual media, from composing and recording the music to finding the right words to talk about visual art, as well as mixing the music and promoting their own work.
What makes this programme unique is its international dimension, entailing a great diversity of aesthetics, cultures and teaching methods, the sharing of optimal practices and the exploration of innovative practices and tools.
The study is for two years, at two of the four partner institutes. Each of the participating schools offers a specific teaching environment, and students will study and work at two of the four schools. This give them the ideal opportunity to fulfil their personal objectives and advance their professional perspectives. Each of the four institutions offers a different teaching approach to composition for visual media, with a specific focus on the medium and professional perspectives:



  • Conservatorio GB Martini Bologna: Electroacoustic Composition for Screen

  • Conservatorium/School of Arts Ghent: Musical Theatre and Media Arts

  • CNSMD De Lyon: Scoring for Screen

  • Université De Montréal’s Faculty of Music: Composition for Video Games


Each student will not only benefit from the academic contexts of two different schools, but will also participate in collective distance learning courses available to all students, simultaneously accessible in all four countries. All students will come together to attend workshops where they will collaborate with audiovisual arts students. These workshops are organized within the framework of the participating festival partners, so students will be meeting the active professionals and presenting their work to wide audiences.
Our associated partners from the professional working field will also contribute to the master’s programme, providing experts to teach, coach or evaluate students. They will help students develop their research or personal artistic projects. Thanks to internships and other opportunities to meet actively producing professionals, students will build their own network and set up their careers according to their specific aspirations and needs.
The biannual recruitment of InMICS students begins in January 2018. The first group of students (12 maximum) will begin their degree work in September 2018. At the end of the two years, students will receive a double master’s degree.


The programme will be taught primarily in English, with the exception of a few courses in the language of the country of one of the four institutes. You will need a B1 level in English in order to successfully follow the InMICS courses. Additionally, if you wish to study at the University of Montréal, you will need an A2 level in French. Language levels will be assessed during the applicaton interviews.




Studiepunten

120

Bijzondere toelatingsvoorwaarden


Phase 1: submitting application documents online
Required documents
Applicants complete and submit the application form online (in English or with a qualified certified English translation). With it, they must submit the following documents:

  • Proof of payment of the €87 application fee (official fee for the Lyon CNSMDL)

  • Copy of passport or identity card

  • ID photograph

  • Certified copy of the first cycle (bachelor) diploma or degree in music, with transcripts in the original language. If you have not yet received your diploma, a document is needed stating when you are expected to obtain it, signed and stamped by the school awarding the diploma

  • If your diploma and transcripts are not already in English, French, Italian or Dutch, a correct English translation of your diploma and transcripts

  • Complete curriculum vitae, listing the applicant’s experience and education in the field of music for screen.

  • Portfolio:

    • Cover letter (max 1000 words) presenting:

      • the experience, education, and motivation for attending InMICS

      • the applicant’s motivation regarding the two specific institutions he or she hopes to attend.



    • Document presenting the student’s proposed artistic research project, with title + description (max 2000 words)

    • At least one piece of music with image (score and video)

    • Instrumental or electronic pieces (score, simulation, recording) will be accepted.

    • In total, between three (3) to five (5) pieces should be submitted, corresponding to a total of approx. 20 minutes of music (please select the most representative excerpts if the pieces are longer). For as far as is possible, please provide links to visual or audiovisual files. If sending in your documents, please submit them in MP3, AAC, FLAC, MP4 or PDF format.



  • Declaration of honour concerning the authenticity and artistic authorship of all scores and/or recordings.


For all documents, including the portfolio, your legal name must be used, not a pseudonym or artistic name. This certifies that you are the authentic author of the works submitted.
Results
The recruitment committee will announce the names of applicants who are to be invited for interviews. Together with the invitation to the interview, these applicants will be given a compulsory assignment to be completed by a given deadline (before the interview). It will entail composing music for a short animated film of five to seven minutes.


Phase 2: Interview with the recruitment committee
The selected applicants will be invited to 40-minute interview, following a specific time schedule. The times will be communicated to selected applicants together with the announcement of the results of phase 1 applications. Phase 2 interviews will take place at CNSMD de Lyon (Lyon, France). Should an applicant be unable to come to the interview, a Skype interview with the recruitment committee can be scheduled.
Based on the results of the interviews, students admitted to the programme will receive a letter of acceptance, also stating the two hosting institutes the student is to attend. They will be asked to proceed with their registration according to the procedures of both hosting institutions prior to beginning the two-year programme.

 

Taal

TOELATINGSVOORWAARDEN

Het bezit van de graad van bachelor, verworven in een academische gerichte bacheloropleiding, geeft recht op een rechtstreekse toegang tot minstens één masteropleiding.
Andere manieren om van een bachelor door te stromen naar een master:

  • na een professioneel gerichte bacheloropleiding dient er een schakelprogramma te worden gevolgd. 
  • na een academische bacheloropleiding met een andere kwalificatie dient er eventueel een voorbereidingsprogramma te worden gevolgd.

Extra taalvoorwaarden voor internationale studenten

De onderwijsinstellingen kunnen het slagen in een examen in de onderwijstaal opleggen als toelatingseis voor houders van een buitenlands diploma.

Situering

Opleiding: International Master in Composition for Screen (E) 

Studieniveau: Master - HO

Specificatie: Master of Arts

Studiegebied: Muziek en Podiumkunsten

Belangstellingsdomeinen: Muziek,

Vervolgopleidingen

Na een masteropleiding kan je, binnen het hoger onderwijs, verder studeren in:


een master-na-master

Binnen dit studiegebied worden deze Ma-na-Ma's georganiseerd:



Let op!
Alle Ma-na-Ma’s van dit studiegebied zijn vermeld, maar dit betekent niet dat al deze opleidingen toegankelijk zijn. Er zijn waarschijnlijk andere Ma-na-Ma's waarin je mag starten. Raadpleeg de toelatingsvoorwaarden per Ma-na-Ma.


een postgraduaat

De toelating tot een postgraduaat verschilt per opleiding. Raadpleeg de toelatingsvoorwaarden per opleiding.


een bachelor-na-bachelor

Verder studeren kan ook in een Ba-na-Ba. De toelatingsvoorwaarden kunnen verschillen per opleiding.


een specifieke lerarenopleiding

Als je leraar wilt worden kan je een specifieke lerarenopleiding volgen.


Er zijn ook nog na- of bijscholingen. Sommige studenten komen in aanmerking voor een doctoraat.

Instellingen

J.Kluyskensstraat 2  9000 Gent
09 267 01 00    


Beroepsuitwegen

The International Master in Composition for Screen (InMICS) is a brand new, joint master’s degree programme dedicated to international students wishing to work as composers for audiovisual media.

Mogelijke beroepen

Componist


Gegevens bijgewerkt tot 03-10-2018

International Master in Composition for Screen (E) - Master




InMICS was created by a partnership of European and Canadian higher art education institutes and professional organizations in the field of audiovisual creation. This two-year programme will give advanced students the chance to hone their skills, share their talents and develop their own personality and projects within an international, professional environment. InMICS will educate composers who are highly skilled, as well as individual, creative, critically aware, innovative and professional in their approach. By training students with these attributes, InMICS wishes to give them the best possible preparation for shaping tomorrow’s cultural industries.


InMICS has been developed to teach students how to manage the entire process of music creation for audiovisual media, from composing and recording the music to finding the right words to talk about visual art, as well as mixing the music and promoting their own work.
What makes this programme unique is its international dimension, entailing a great diversity of aesthetics, cultures and teaching methods, the sharing of optimal practices and the exploration of innovative practices and tools.
The study is for two years, at two of the four partner institutes. Each of the participating schools offers a specific teaching environment, and students will study and work at two of the four schools. This give them the ideal opportunity to fulfil their personal objectives and advance their professional perspectives. Each of the four institutions offers a different teaching approach to composition for visual media, with a specific focus on the medium and professional perspectives:



  • Conservatorio GB Martini Bologna: Electroacoustic Composition for Screen

  • Conservatorium/School of Arts Ghent: Musical Theatre and Media Arts

  • CNSMD De Lyon: Scoring for Screen

  • Université De Montréal’s Faculty of Music: Composition for Video Games


Each student will not only benefit from the academic contexts of two different schools, but will also participate in collective distance learning courses available to all students, simultaneously accessible in all four countries. All students will come together to attend workshops where they will collaborate with audiovisual arts students. These workshops are organized within the framework of the participating festival partners, so students will be meeting the active professionals and presenting their work to wide audiences.
Our associated partners from the professional working field will also contribute to the master’s programme, providing experts to teach, coach or evaluate students. They will help students develop their research or personal artistic projects. Thanks to internships and other opportunities to meet actively producing professionals, students will build their own network and set up their careers according to their specific aspirations and needs.
The biannual recruitment of InMICS students begins in January 2018. The first group of students (12 maximum) will begin their degree work in September 2018. At the end of the two years, students will receive a double master’s degree.


The programme will be taught primarily in English, with the exception of a few courses in the language of the country of one of the four institutes. You will need a B1 level in English in order to successfully follow the InMICS courses. Additionally, if you wish to study at the University of Montréal, you will need an A2 level in French. Language levels will be assessed during the applicaton interviews.




Studiepunten

120

Bijzondere toelatingsvoorwaarden


Phase 1: submitting application documents online
Required documents
Applicants complete and submit the application form online (in English or with a qualified certified English translation). With it, they must submit the following documents:

  • Proof of payment of the €87 application fee (official fee for the Lyon CNSMDL)

  • Copy of passport or identity card

  • ID photograph

  • Certified copy of the first cycle (bachelor) diploma or degree in music, with transcripts in the original language. If you have not yet received your diploma, a document is needed stating when you are expected to obtain it, signed and stamped by the school awarding the diploma

  • If your diploma and transcripts are not already in English, French, Italian or Dutch, a correct English translation of your diploma and transcripts

  • Complete curriculum vitae, listing the applicant’s experience and education in the field of music for screen.

  • Portfolio:

    • Cover letter (max 1000 words) presenting:

      • the experience, education, and motivation for attending InMICS

      • the applicant’s motivation regarding the two specific institutions he or she hopes to attend.



    • Document presenting the student’s proposed artistic research project, with title + description (max 2000 words)

    • At least one piece of music with image (score and video)

    • Instrumental or electronic pieces (score, simulation, recording) will be accepted.

    • In total, between three (3) to five (5) pieces should be submitted, corresponding to a total of approx. 20 minutes of music (please select the most representative excerpts if the pieces are longer). For as far as is possible, please provide links to visual or audiovisual files. If sending in your documents, please submit them in MP3, AAC, FLAC, MP4 or PDF format.



  • Declaration of honour concerning the authenticity and artistic authorship of all scores and/or recordings.


For all documents, including the portfolio, your legal name must be used, not a pseudonym or artistic name. This certifies that you are the authentic author of the works submitted.
Results
The recruitment committee will announce the names of applicants who are to be invited for interviews. Together with the invitation to the interview, these applicants will be given a compulsory assignment to be completed by a given deadline (before the interview). It will entail composing music for a short animated film of five to seven minutes.


Phase 2: Interview with the recruitment committee
The selected applicants will be invited to 40-minute interview, following a specific time schedule. The times will be communicated to selected applicants together with the announcement of the results of phase 1 applications. Phase 2 interviews will take place at CNSMD de Lyon (Lyon, France). Should an applicant be unable to come to the interview, a Skype interview with the recruitment committee can be scheduled.
Based on the results of the interviews, students admitted to the programme will receive a letter of acceptance, also stating the two hosting institutes the student is to attend. They will be asked to proceed with their registration according to the procedures of both hosting institutions prior to beginning the two-year programme.

 

Taal

TOELATINGSVOORWAARDEN

Het bezit van de graad van bachelor, verworven in een academische gerichte bacheloropleiding, geeft recht op een rechtstreekse toegang tot minstens één masteropleiding.
Andere manieren om van een bachelor door te stromen naar een master:

  • na een professioneel gerichte bacheloropleiding dient er een schakelprogramma te worden gevolgd. 
  • na een academische bacheloropleiding met een andere kwalificatie dient er eventueel een voorbereidingsprogramma te worden gevolgd.

Extra taalvoorwaarden voor internationale studenten

De onderwijsinstellingen kunnen het slagen in een examen in de onderwijstaal opleggen als toelatingseis voor houders van een buitenlands diploma.

Situering

Opleiding: International Master in Composition for Screen (E) 

Studieniveau: Master - HO

Specificatie: Master of Arts

Studiegebied: Muziek en Podiumkunsten

Belangstellingsdomeinen: Muziek,

Vervolgopleidingen

Na een masteropleiding kan je, binnen het hoger onderwijs, verder studeren in:


een master-na-master

Binnen dit studiegebied worden deze Ma-na-Ma's georganiseerd:



Let op!
Alle Ma-na-Ma’s van dit studiegebied zijn vermeld, maar dit betekent niet dat al deze opleidingen toegankelijk zijn. Er zijn waarschijnlijk andere Ma-na-Ma's waarin je mag starten. Raadpleeg de toelatingsvoorwaarden per Ma-na-Ma.


een postgraduaat

De toelating tot een postgraduaat verschilt per opleiding. Raadpleeg de toelatingsvoorwaarden per opleiding.


een bachelor-na-bachelor

Verder studeren kan ook in een Ba-na-Ba. De toelatingsvoorwaarden kunnen verschillen per opleiding.


een specifieke lerarenopleiding

Als je leraar wilt worden kan je een specifieke lerarenopleiding volgen.


Er zijn ook nog na- of bijscholingen. Sommige studenten komen in aanmerking voor een doctoraat.

Instellingen

J.Kluyskensstraat 2  9000 Gent
09 267 01 00    


Beroepsuitwegen

The International Master in Composition for Screen (InMICS) is a brand new, joint master’s degree programme dedicated to international students wishing to work as composers for audiovisual media.

Mogelijke beroepen

Componist


Gegevens bijgewerkt tot 03-10-2018