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ERASMUS

GENERAL INFORMATION ON ERASMUS & STUDY ABROAD

If you are interested in study abroad opportunities, please visit the following pages on Erasmus programmes at Queen's in the first instance: 

http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/StudyatQueens/InternationalStudents/ExchangesandStudyAbroad/Erasmusprogramme/ 

and 

http://www.qub.ac.uk/directorates/sgc/careers/StudentsandGraduates/AddanInternationalDimensiontoyourQueensExperience/Erasmus/


 

SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS: ERASMUS 

The School of Creative Arts has Erasmus partnerships with four institutions (details below). Please be advised that enrolment in Erasmusprogrammes will normally be limited to 2 students in each subject discipline per year. For Drama students, exchanges would ideally take place in Semester 2 of Year 2. For Film Studies students, exchanges would ideally take place in Year 2. Students in a position to undertake exchanges at these stages are particularly encouraged to apply. 


 

DRAMA - Université de Tours (France)

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This is an exciting opportunity for Drama students who have a strong foundation in French. Many of the courses are taught in French. Exchange students may follow courses from both the BA (licence) and MA (Master 1 & Master 2) programs. The master's program combines courses on theatre, cinema and the arts generally with more specialised courses on arts administration and cultural mediation. Artists and arts administrators from leading regional and national structures teach some of the courses on offer thus enabling the students to have direct access to the professional scene.

Web site:

http://lettres.univ-tours.fr/departements/filiere-arts-du-spectacle-116853.kjsp?RH=1180370979416&RF=1189090848757 

*please click on documents on the right side of the page

 

Additional information for Erasmus students:

http://international.univ-tours.fr/admissions-courses/most-popular-courses-for-exchange-students-286045.kjsp?RH=1324238796427&RF=1324239622621

 

Deadlines for registering interest:

    * 1 March 2014 for Semester 1, September 2014

    * 1 October 2014 for Semester 2, February 2015

 

If you are interested in this programme, please contact Dr Gascia Ouzounian, g.ouzounian@qub.ac.uk


 

MUSIC – National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece)

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This programme is especially well-suited to students who wish to learn more about Byzantine musicology, the music of Greece, the Mediterranean, and other areas. There is a sector of ethnomusicology and cultural anthropology, a sector of Byzantine musicology, and a strong sector of historical and systematic musicology. Some courses are offered in English. Students also normally attend classes in Greek language.

Web site: http://www.en.music.uoa.gr

 

Deadlines for registering interest:

    * 1 March 2014 for Semester 1, September 2014

    * 1 October 2014 for Semester 2, February 2015

 

If you are interested in this programme, please contact Dr Sarah McCleave, s.mccleave@qub.ac.uk


 

MUSIC TECHNOLOGY - Technological & Educational Institute of Crete (Greece)

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This exchange provides a great opportunity for our music technology students. The Department of Music Technology & Acoustics Engineering at the Technical & Educational Institute of Crete has courses ranging from history of music to digital electronics, with a particularly large 

selection of more the more technical courses, including applied acoustics, sound engineering, digital signal processing, and audio programming. Some courses are already taught in English, and others may be made available through personal tutoring. All this would take place on a Greek island, immersed in Cretan culture in the historical city of Rethymnon.

 

Web site: http://www.teicrete.gr/mta/en/

 

Deadlines for registering interest:

    * 1 March 2014 for Semester 1, September 2014

    * 1 October 2014 for Semester 2, February 2015

 

Application deadlines

    * Semester 1 (Automn): 15 May 2014

    * Semester 2 (Spring): 15 November 2014

 

Application requirements:

* Some modules have prerequisites, so can only be followed if the 

student has completed equivalent courses here.

* For the more technical students, Mathematics or Physics A-level or the 

equivalent mathematical capabilities would be necessary.

 

If you are interested in this programme, please contact Dr Trevor Agus,

t.agus@qub.ac.uk.


 

FILM STUDIES - Utrecht Universitat (Netherlands)

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This exchange programme offers our film studies students a really exciting opportunity. The Department of Media and Performance at Utrecht University has a great range of courses in film, media and popular culture, many of which are taught in English. Courses such as those on European Cinema and Film Theory will help enhance and develop skills in historical and textual analysis gained here at Queen's, while the opportunity as a whole provides our students with the chance to live and learn in the beautiful and vibrant European city of Utrecht.

Web site: 

http://www.uu.nl/university/international-students/en/programmes/exchangevisitingstudents/contact/Pages/humanities.aspx?refer=/university/international-students/EN/programmes/exchangevisitingstudents/contact/humanities 

 

Deadline for registering interest: 

-1 March 2014 for Semester 1, September 2014

-1 September 2014 for Semester 2, February 2015

 

If you are interested in this programme, please contact Dr Sian Barber: s.barber@qub.ac.uk

 

 
GENERAL INQUIRIES
 
For general inquiries on Erasmus partnerships in the School of Creative Arts please contact Dr Gascia Ouzounian:g.ouzounian@qub.ac.uk