Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.
For artists looking to develop their skillset further and attempting to conquer the freelance arena, creative arts programs may be of interest. While focused on the development of artistic skills, these studies can combine creativity and business to develop students in a creative field.
In Brazil, there are three types of degree:
Bachelors - takes between four to six years to complete and students can work as teachers after finishing four years of research. Masters - takes one to two years to achieve; Doctoral/PhD - the highest degree you can study and takes three to four years to achieve. These three degrees loosely correspond to the three cycles of the Bologna Process - the European system of higher education. This means that if you have achieved an undergraduate degree at a European university, you should be qualified to achieve a Masters in Brazil.
The "Collaborative Creative Processes" course seeks to free the public from pre-established concepts in relation to creativity by presenting possibilities for thinking, w
To develop in students 21st century skills through project practice, such as problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, among others.
For entrepreneurs, innovators, artists and students from diverse disciplines, the course is intended for all who seek to live a life with greater creative freedom.
How is it?
The "Collaborative Creative Processes" course seeks to free the public from pre-established concepts in relation to creativity by presenting possibilities for thinking, while encouraging the breakdown of the main creative barriers using a variety of tools in a practical workshop.
In a world where technology and information are increasingly available, creativity has become more than a major differentiator for the job market, and is indispensable to remain relevant in the Age of Knowledge....