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A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

With the growth of digital media, design jobs are in high demand. If you are good with technology and have an eye for designs, masters program in design could be for you.

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a federal parliamentary republic in western-central Europe. The country consists of 16 states, and its capital and largest city is Berlin.

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DesignBuild Summer Studio

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time July 2017 Germany Berlin

This DesignBuild Summer Studio focusses on the realisation of a small building project from the initial design to the process of building by the students themselves. This will be carried out in an academic environment, engaging in interdisciplinary collaboration between students of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Civil Engineering and other related fields. [+]

Best Course Studies in Design in Germany 2017. Summer University block 3: July 24th - August 17th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Target group This DesignBuild Studio is aimed at students who want to gain creative and practical knowledge through making. This course is suitable for students of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Engineering and other related fields who are willing to leave the boundaries of their desks, and conquer real life scenarios. Skills in building crafts are of an advantage but not essential. Learning Goal/Output The participants will develop their creative, practical and professional skills through creative experimentation and the process of making. Course Components Firstly, creative experimentation in the form of site responsive land art and/or installations will enable the students to explore the spatial qualities of the site. The participants will then develop an idea from the design stage to the built project. An examination of the context and discussions with the clients and users will form the basis for the final design. In a competitive design workshop, the best and most feasible solution(s) will be selected and developed. In collaboration with the users and under the guidance of a craftsman, the design will be built and inaugurated. The course will include the following components: Lectures / seminars Berlin excursions Creative and practical workshops On site photography, installations and/or land art 3d design / model making Design/build studio Interdisciplinary critics Equipment: - Styrofoam cutter, 3D printer, carpentry workshop Budget: - we have a small budget for materials The DesignBuild Studio will be based at the University, transportation will be organised for the 5-8 days of site visits and construction works. Short Description This DesignBuild Summer Studio focusses on the realisation of a small building project from the initial design to the process of building by the students themselves. This will be carried out in an academic environment, engaging in interdisciplinary collaboration between students of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Civil Engineering and other related fields. The suggested site is Scharfenberg Island, a small island in the northwest of Berlin which is only accessible via a small ferry or rowing boats. Scharfenberg is the home to a school with ca. 450 pupils, the school farm and ca. 9 residents. The idyllic island environment is the perfect location for creative thinking and making. The project will focus on the design of outdoor spaces for learning, celebration, retreat and contemplation. The location will be confirmed towards the end of 2016. The students will firstly explore the spatial qualities of the site through creative experimentation in the form of photography, site responsive land art and/or installations. They will then develop an idea from the design stage to the built project. An examination of the context and discussions with the clients and users will form the basis for the final design. In a competitive design workshop, the best and most feasible solution(s) will be selected and developed. In collaboration with the users and under the guidance of a craftsman, the design will be built and inaugurated. The challenge will be integrate "low-cost" and "high efficiency" requirements with considerations for sustainability, aesthetics, appropriateness, participation and education. Besides the enormous gains in professional knowledge our goal is to make students more sensitive to the ecological, social and cultural implications of their work. In order to profit from the high potential of these small-scale projects the focus has to be placed on the quality of the space that is created. Design decisions and implementation therefore needs to be made precisely and carefully. This project will be run similar to the Summer University project "Panke Platz" that took place in 2016 Prerequisites The willingness to work in a team is a precondition. The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are at least one year of university experience and English level B2 or equivalent. Lecturer(s) Simon Colwill, BA(Hons) Dip(Hons) Simon Colwill studied Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich in London and worked for many years thereafter as a freelance landscape architect in Berlin. He has been a teaching and research assistant at the Department of Landscape Design and Construction at the Technische Universität in Berlin since 2004. Here he has supervised many studio projects and seminars in the bachelor and master's program. Since 2007 he has been a member of CoCoon (http://cocoon-studio.de/), supervising designbuild projects that follow an interdisciplinary designbuild teaching model involving architects, landscape architects and civil engineers. These projects aim to achieve a balance between innovation, good architectural practice, the technical qualities of the result, as well as making a contribution to the community. He has been running designbuild projects in Mexico, Egypt, Bolivia and in Germany. Florian Zwangsleitner, M.Sc. Florian Zwangsleitner studied Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at the TU Berlin, he also trained as an engineer in timber construction. He then worked as a landscape architect in Berlin. He has been working at the Department of Landscape Construction at the TU Berlin as a teaching and research assistant since May 2016 where he supervises design projects and university seminars. He has been a guest lecturer and co-supervisor of several DesignBuild Studios. As a student, Florian participated in the TU Berlin`s DesignBuild Studio in Oaxaca, Mexico. [-]

Healing Architecture

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time July 2017 Germany Berlin

The HEALING ARCHITECTURE course explores opportunities to improve health outcomes and well-being for all user groups in healthcare facilities, especially hospitals, by architectural design. [+]

Summer University block 2: July 10th - July 21st, 2017 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic The HEALING ARCHITECTURE course explores opportunities to improve health outcomes and well-being for all user groups in healthcare facilities, especially hospitals, by architectural design. Target group Students in the field of architecture, planning, health, health management or public health. Learning Goal/Output Identification of current challenges and opportunities for architecture of healthcare facilities aiming to improve health outcomes and well-being for all user groups in healthcare facilities Basic knowledge about factors influencing architectural design decisions for healthcare facilities, such as environmental factors, epimdemiology (lifestyle-related diseases), medical trends, history and management of healthcare facilities Design, research and evaluation skills related to architectural design of health care facilities Group work & team work Presentation techniques Course Components Input lectures Practical workshops Design charrettes Field trips Group presentations with guest critics Short Description In the first week students will have an introduction to Healing Architecture followed by theoretical inputs on related subjects such as environmental factors, epimdemiology (lifestyle-related diseases), design and evaluation methods, medical trends as well as history and management of healthcare facilities. Students will visit at least two hospitals to understand the complexity of its environments and explore the needs and settings for patients, families and staff. The second week will be dedicated to group work and concept development. Students will team up for design charrettes and workshops and develop concepts addressing patients‘ needs (patient-centered designs) staff needs (staff focused designs) and general layout. The concepts will be presented and discussed in a group presentation with guest critics at the end of the second week. Prerequisites The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent. Additionally, a max. 1 page motivation letter stating the participant’s purpose and goals in signing up for the course is required. Lecturer(s) Christine Nickl-Weller designs and realizes buildings for healthcare, research and teaching as well as projects in housing and urbanism in Germany and abroad. She joined the Munich-based architecture team of Nickl & Partner in 1989 and became Chief Executive Officer of the corporation in 2008 receiving numerous national and international awards. In 2004, she was appointed Professor at Berlin University of Technology where she holds the chair for the design of hospitals and health care buildings. The chair covers a broad field of topics related to healthcare architecture and urbanism including healing architecture, energy-efficiency in healthcare buildings, healthy urban planning and housing for the elderly. Christine Nickl-Weller initiated the biannual Health Care of the Future symposia taking place in Berlin since 2006 and the Healing Architecture conferences (Berlin, 2011; St. Petersburg 2013; Dubai, 2015) supported by the Federal Ministry of Health. She is author and editor of numerous articles and books and gives lectures in Germany and abroad. Gesche Gerber (TU Berlin-Architecture for Health) Stefanie Matthys (TU Berlin-Architecture for Health) Mena Theissen-Helling (TU Berlin-Architecture for Health) Alvaro Valera Sosa (TU Berlin-Architecture for Health) Guest lecturers: Prof. Hans Nickl Prof. Dr. Cor Wagenaar (tbc) Prof. Frank Christ (tbc) [-]

The Edible City

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time 4 weeks June 2017 Germany Berlin

The course is suitable for students of all levels of study who want to gain theoretical and practical knowledge for the design of food-productive urban space. [+]

Best Course Studies in Design in Germany 2017. Summer University block 1: June 12th - July 6th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic With a focus on urban space and urban space production, this summer course explores how food – in all is aspects from producing to marketing to selling to composting – could become a better-integrated part of our cities. Urban agriculture projects in Berlin will serve as case studies and sites for practical growing/building experience. Target group The course is suitable for students of all levels of study who want to gain theoretical and practical knowledge for the design of food-productive urban space. It is especially suitable for students of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, urban planning and product design who have an interest in the subject area. Learning Goal/Output Students will develop their theoretical knowledge of the emerging subject areas of urban agriculture and urban food systems and learn about methods to design urban space that has a food focus. They will also develop their skills in particpatory design and building processes by working with selected urban agriculture projects in Berlin. Students are encouraged to record and reflect on their learning by means of sketches, photographs and text. Course Components Teaching will be structured in 4 multi-disciplinary components, each running for 1 week and highlighting a particular aspect of the urban food growing theme. Each week will be introduced by context-setting lectures/seminars. These will be followed by practical/design excercises and workshops in and/or for selected urban agriculture projects in Berlin. Participatory design and building methods will guide our work in and/or for our participating projects. Each week will conclude with a series of seminars/lectures aimed at synthesising and recording the acquired theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Students will have access to design workshop spaces and facilities at the University and will visit selected urban agriculture projects in Berlin. Subjects for in-depth investigations (in groups) will be drawn from either the theoretical inputs given or from the practical needs of the participating urban agriculture projects. Short Description With a focus on urban space and urban space production, this summer course explores how food – in all is aspects from producing to marketing to selling to composting – could become a better-integrated part of our cities. Focus of the course are the effects and consequences that our current and future food systems, and especially urban food production, may have on the shape, use and quality of open urban space. When exploring this, we use the European city as a reference working with Berlin as our case study example. Employing methods of design research, we will carry out our investigations in an academic environment that allows theoretical and practice-based exploration of the subject area as well as interdisciplinary collaboration between students of urban design, urban planning, product design, architecture and landscape architecture. As this subject area can be approached from a variety of starting points, the course welcomes particular interests and experiences the prospective students may bring. Urban agriculture projects in Berlin will serve as case studies and sites for practical growing/building experience. Students will have the opportunity to get to know some Berlin-based food-growing projects in greater detail by being engaged in gardening and/or building acitvities that will be jointly planned and carried out by the students and the project participants. Throughout the course, students will be supported in finding their own working methods for recording and evaluating information, as well as for designing and presenting their ideas. Sketching, photographing, building, gardening, discussing, listening, writing and collaging may be some of the tools we will employ individually or in student teams. Prerequisites An open and inquisitive mind as well as the willingness to work in teams is a precondition. The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are the following: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent. Lecturer(s) Katrin Bohn - course leader Katrin Bohn is an architect and urban practitioner and a Senior Lecturer in architecture at the University of Brighton, UK. She holds a Diploma in Architecture from the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany, and a Master of Science in Architecture from the University of East London, UK. Between 2010 and 2014, she was guest professor at the Technische Universität in Berlin where she headed the Department City & Nutrition. Katrin has taught, lectured, published and exhibited widely on the design concept of CPUL [Continuous Productive Urban Landscape] which she and architect André Viljoen contributed to the international urban design discourse in 2004. Her projects on productive urban landscapes include consultancy, feasability studies and design proposals as well as food-growing installations and participatory events, mainly for clients in the UK and Germany. In 2015, Katrin won the RIBA President's Award for Outstanding University-located Research. Simon Colwill - guest lecturer Simon Colwill (BA(Hons) Dip(Hons)) studied Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich in London and worked for many years thereafter as a freelance landscape architect in Berlin. He has been a teaching and research assistant at the Department of Landscape Design and Construction at the Technische Universität in Berlin since 2004. Since 2007, Simon has been a member of CoCoon (http://cocoon-studio.de/), supervising designbuild projects that follow an interdisciplinary designbuild teaching model involving architects, landscape architects and civil engineers. André Viljoen - guest lecturer André Viljoen is Professor of Architecture at the University of Brighton in the UK (http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/staff/andre-viljoen). He studied architecture at the Dublin Institute of Technology (Diploma in Architecture) and holds a Master of Science in Architecture from the University of East London, UK. With Katrin Bohn he has developed the Continuous Productive Urban Landscape concept and is currently leading an Arts and Humanities Research Council funded international network exploring pathways from practice to policy for productive urban landscapes. [-]

Introduction to 3D-Scanning and Printing

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time 4 weeks June 2017 Germany Berlin

Hosted in the fully-equipped laboratory of the 3D Lab of the TU Berlin, this four-week course offers introduction to working with professional 3D printing technologies such as laser sintering with polyamide and powder printing with mineral powder (modified gypsum). [+]

Summer University block 1: June 12th - July 6th, 2017 Course price: 2200 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic: 3D Scanning and Printing Target group Students with an interest in 3D printing, 3D scanning and who want to gain insight into work with professional 3D printing technologies. As this technology covers numerous application areas, this course could be interesting for students from scientific disciplines, engineering, design, fine art or art history. Short Description Hosted in the fully-equipped laboratory of the 3D Lab of the TU Berlin, this four-week course offers introduction to working with professional 3D printing technologies such as laser sintering with polyamide and powder printing with mineral powder (modified gypsum). The course provides an introduction to manufacturing 3D printed objects with the laser sintering system and the powder printer of the 3D Lab, as well as data generation and data preparation for it. Participants will gain basic knowledge of the use of two professional 3D printing technologies, structured light scanners and related software. The course starts with an introduction to the technologies used at the 3D Lab and selected projects from its portfolio, to give participants an impression of the various possible uses of 3D technologies. Ongoing course lectures will be accompanied by detailed practical units focusing on the use of the machines and the preparation of printable objects. Specifically, the practical training will develop student’s skills in the use of structured light scanners, 3D printing technologies, and in meeting the geometrical requirements for successful 3D prints. As 3D printing and 3D scanning cover numerous application areas, this course is interesting for participants from several disciplines including science, engineering, design, fine art or art history. The course provides a good starting point for students who are interested in further applications of these technologies. Prerequisites The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are as follows: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent. A specific requirement of the course is an, at least, basic knowledge of CAD software. It is recommended that students use their own laptops for processing their own 3D files. Lecturer(s) - Prof. Dr. Hartmut Schwandt - Meisterschüler Joachim Weinhold 3D Labor, Institut für Mathematik, TU Berlin [-]

Summer programme in Design Thinking

Macromedia University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 2 weeks

A vital part of each summer school will be the daily side activities in and around the cities. The course will enriched with fun elements such as company visits and recreational activities. [+]

Best Course Studies in Design in Germany 2017. In this summer school the principles of creative thinking and process oriented realization of projects and ideas will be studied. In between practical doing and creative thinking, design is having a special role in regards to strategic innovation of companies, brands and service industries. Participants will experience that certain tools and techniques can be useful to improve the creative design thinking and creation process: from logic methods to explicit studies of design, from the choice of respective design techniques to the final implementation and execution. Exam: written exam (in case you need a transcript of records) Date: July 14 - July 25, 2014 [-]

Transformation Deisgn

exMedia
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Cologne

found both in the cultural studies in research and in the design sciences, the "Knowledge in / Knowledge in the making" increasingly interested. The exteriority of thought is observed in their dynamic development and the remuneration of thinking and doing as well as the role of artifacts involved to be reassessed. [+]

found both in the cultural studies in research and in the design sciences, the "Knowledge in / Knowledge in the making" increasingly interested. The exteriority of thought is observed in their dynamic development and the remuneration of thinking and doing as well as the role of artifacts involved to be reassessed. This development meets the tasks of structuring knowledge work in organizations that is increasingly seen as a design object. Design Thinking Here, a charting thought, currently called "Design Thinking" has proven economy. Thus there are two good reasons to re-consider the knowledge-forming functions of the design: On the one hand it is necessary to determine the knowledge in design clearer so that self-understanding of the discipline to improve and to connect with technical cultivation research. On the other hand, the functions of the design for the knowledge processes are working out of third parties to meet the demanding tasks of future knowledge design requirements. Both areas of responsibility are increasingly recognizing a diversity of thinking and working styles, design and modes of knowledge, knowledge and representation types (cognitive diversity). The design can use this base to reposition itself in the design of action and imaginative spaces of knowledge work (enabling spaces). It is the integrated design of knowledge, media and space as cognitive design, profound innovation (radical innovation) allows. The under the impact of emerging digital media early formulated concept of "knowledge designs" (Bolz 1993) learns as an update and clarification. The cognitive dwelling - Design, Computers and Cognition Among the methods of knowledge designs include the design specific model thinking that connects to cybernetics, systems theory and cognitive sciences. The subject of a so-understood design is cognitive habitation which includes social processes, media representations, technical systems and physical spaces. Thus (Winograd, Mitchell, Gero) is connected to the international discussion on design, Computers and Cognition. However, the German version of the knowledge Designs wins a particular strength through their connection with the local media studies, especially in its manifestation as a cultural technique (Siegert). Matters of concern Another research topic is the "question of the thing" (Heidegger), particularly in the expression as actor-network theory (Latour). This is based on chains of action hybrid actants which questions a "Dingpolitik". Designer as specialists for things and interactions have participated little in these discussions, but can make a substantial contribution to the future shape of "matters of concern" (Latour). [-]

Media Design

exMedia
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Cologne

The Chair of Basics of media design deals with elementary dimensions of media design - color, shape, surface, geometry, material, movement, representation / composition and aspects of perception. Learning through experience is in the form of design-experimental study in foreground. [+]

Best Course Studies in Design in Germany 2017. The Chair of Basics of media design deals with elementary dimensions of media design - color, shape, surface, geometry, material, movement, representation / composition and aspects of perception. Learning through experience is in the form of design-experimental study in foreground. - Fundamental problems of visual design - Visual Grammar - Elementary semiotics, visual semantics, characters and notations - Visual perception, creative phenomenology - Medial typography and type design - Experimental Photography - light, color, projection - basic problems of cross-media design - Digital, analog and hybrid-shaping - and design methodology and practice - equipment, tools and technologies of image production and processing work on the basics of media design refers not only to the beginning of your studies. It finds its continuation on policy issues arising out of advanced media and design practice and the lead part in relevant research and development approaches and projects. [-]

Sound

exMedia
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Cologne

In Klanglabor the KHM is a project-oriented sound practice combines with current sound discourses in the form of seminars, lectures, practical exercises or work presentations. As interdisciplinary and modular organized place the sound laboratory provides both space for the development of artistic projects sound as well as for workshops on instrument making, musical production techniques or media archaeological topics. [+]

In Klanglabor the KHM is a project-oriented sound practice combines with current sound discourses in the form of seminars, lectures, practical exercises or work presentations. As interdisciplinary and modular organized place the sound laboratory provides both space for the development of artistic projects sound as well as for workshops on instrument making, musical production techniques or media archaeological topics. The range of seminars offered includes sound synthesis method in hardware and software (programming), the use of sensors, interface and app development, Radio Arts / Ars Acustica, Field Recording / soundscape composition, text-sound composition / Poetry Sonore, and theoretical reflection of auditory culture and music and art history. In addition, the sound lab offers with the annual basic seminar sound an introduction to the various themes for interested students that do not yet have little or no experience in dealing with sound. Moreover, curates and organizes the sound lab in the auditorium of the KHM the concert series "Nocturnes" that presents outstanding and exceptional artistic positions between music, sound art and lecture-performance in three events per semester. [-]

Hybrid Space

exMedia
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Cologne

A new interdisciplinary field of design, researching the transformations of architectural, urban/regional space of the emerging "information age", explores the dynamic interaction of architecture/urbanism and the space of mass media and communication networks. It develops scenarios for the interplay of public urban and public media space. [+]

Best Course Studies in Design in Germany 2017. A new interdisciplinary field of design, researching the transformations of architectural, urban/regional space of the emerging "information age", explores the dynamic interaction of architecture/urbanism and the space of mass media and communication networks. It develops scenarios for the interplay of public urban and public media space. The products of these alliances of urban/regional and media networks, of architectural and media space, are bastards: ambivalent spaces that are at the same time analog and digital, tactile and abstract, material and immaterial, expanding hyper-sensuality in the time- and placelessness of media flows. These hybrid spatial morphs act simultaneously in urban (local) and media (global) space and mediate between them, unfolding the undefined space between the local and the global, occupying the vacuum between local place and global space. Within the inversions of identity (communication), within the fluid ever-changing densities in the knitted networks, fused analogue/digital cultures are idensified. [-]

Experimental Computer Science

exMedia
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Cologne

The Experimental computer science at the KHM asks for the basic requirements and possibilities of today's design and manufacturing. In particular, the role of information processes and their interaction will be investigated with material processes. [+]

The Experimental computer science at the KHM asks for the basic requirements and possibilities of today's design and manufacturing. In particular, the role of information processes and their interaction will be investigated with material processes. Where do they occur at all information and algorithms, as they are produced, communicated, processed and integrated into planning and manufacturing processes? How does human reason and perception with physical materials and how they are mediated by semiotic processes? In short, the way in which they are mutually dependent reason and artifact and what role do the characters? The fact that so far no general science of artifacts exist, the so the "know-how" that go beyond mere questions of making, is regarded as one of the main reasons that our company has never really mastered the art intellectually. Not the technical "know-how" is therefore at the center of our thinking and experimental approach, but reflect on the conditions of the possibility producing action and the question under what stipulations we want to develop our resulting technologies at all and operate? Access to this complex issue is basically experimentally. With the help of artifacts, small structures and process-oriented installations field Poietischer actions is artistic and practically investigated and critically. [-]

Animation

exMedia
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Cologne

Animation is seen as an evolving concept to evolving art form, required by the handwerkliches- and design skills as well as have the will to experiment and artistic venture. [+]

Best Course Studies in Design in Germany 2017. Animation is seen as an evolving concept to evolving art form, required by the handwerkliches- and design skills as well as have the will to experiment and artistic venture. Each image form that involves movement, can be treated here. This includes all forms and materials of the visual arts, and its relation with other artistic disciplines such as theater or dance. Also a link to 3D animation is seen. Content and form are developed in parallel: from traditional narrative forms and documentary to pure abstraction, from the teleplay for performance. The presentation will be included in the design process. The sole production of canvas or screen is no longer selbverständlich. Even before this, the projects of the students were wide-ranging in terms of material and content. There were stories told, implemented in traditional character or stop-motion film, documentaries, 2D computer animation, abstract works, and lately increasingly installations. [-]

3D / Games

exMedia
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Cologne

Lab.D, which stands for Laboratory for Dimensional research, is a primary facility at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne, KHM for research and production of interdisciplinary projects dealing with 3D technologies and investigating space, time and play as a principal thematic field. [+]

Lab.D, which stands for Laboratory for Dimensional research, is a primary facility at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne, KHM for research and production of interdisciplinary projects dealing with 3D technologies and investigating space, time and play as a principal thematic field. We are equipped to assist with conceptual grounding and idea-testing of the projects. Our scope is quite wide ranging from character animation to mobile technologies and site-specific gaming. [-]

Introduction to Editing

Met Film School
Campus Full time 2 days

Editing is a core part of the filmmaking process. This is a highly practical introduction to the art of editing, focusing on the core editing techniques available as part of the Adobe CS6 suite with a particular emphasis on Adobe Premiere Pro ®. [+]

Best Course Studies in Design in Germany 2017. Editing is a core part of the filmmaking process. This is a highly practical introduction to the art of editing, focusing on the core editing techniques available as part of the Adobe CS6 suite with a particular emphasis on Adobe Premiere Pro ®. All students will learn key techniques from an industry professional tutor. This course is ideal for beginners looking for some hands-on experience. LEARNING GOALS Effectively manipulate data within the CS6 suite of tools Be able to use basic filters, transitions, motion and create titles Have the ability to navigate Adobe software and understand workflow Know how to check broadcast safe levels for export Be able to import and export files Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: The Introduction to Screenwriting course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Part Time Postproduction

Met Film School
Campus Part time 6 months

Part-Time Postproduction is a course designed for those seeking specialist training in the latest digital filmmaking postproduction techniques. The course aims to provide students with highly marketable skills across a variety of visual media. [+]

Part-Time Postproduction is held on every Wednesday evening (7pm-10pm) and every other Saturday (10am – 5pm). Part-Time Postproduction is a course designed for those seeking specialist training in the latest digital filmmaking postproduction techniques. The course aims to provide students with highly marketable skills across a variety of visual media. Postproduction is the last stage in the film production pipeline where the film becomes a reality. A key part of this course is the study and practice of editing as a creative and technical craft. This course will cover the core skills and technology needed for today’s ever-changing filmmaking industry, including editing, colour grading and visual effects. LEARNING GOALS Develop an understanding of post-production workflows, processes and disciplines Demonstrate competency in editing to enhance the storytelling process Use colour to maximise the visual impact of films Apply core skills in visual effects production to the completion of films Deliver a film to market across a range of distribution platforms Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Part-Time Postproduction course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Three Week Editing

Met Film School
Campus Full time 3 weeks

Editing lies at the heart of filmmaking and calls for knowledge of film grammar and storytelling techniques. [+]

Best Course Studies in Design in Germany 2017. Three-Week Editing is a full-time course (Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm). Editing lies at the heart of filmmaking and calls for knowledge of film grammar and storytelling techniques. Students will receive high-level instruction in how to use the editing interface of the professional Adobe Premiere Pro suite. They will then practice their editing skills, first by cutting the rushes to a complete, professionally made short, then by editing the rushes to scenes from a well-known feature film. Editing content is the last stage in the production pipeline where the film becomes a reality. Students will study and practice editing as a creative and technical craft, learning the core skills and technology needed for today’s ever-changing filmmaking industry. Students are taught by a full-time industry-professional tutor for the duration of the course, with 1:1 personal time every week. LEARNING GOALS Know how to operate Adobe® Premiere Pro effectively Understand the impact of genre on editing styles Be able to employ narrative techniques to create tension Gain awareness of the use of sound to enhance the narrative Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: The Three-Week Editing course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]