LUCA School of Arts is part of FILMEU, the European Universities Alliance for Film and Media Arts. FilmEU brings together four higher education institutions:
Together, we collaborate around the common objective of jointly promoting high-level education, innovation and research activities in the multidisciplinary field of Film and Media Arts. This consolidates the central role of Europe as a world leader in the creative fields.
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In the near future, new joint degree programmes will be launched.
In its conceptual phase, students, teachers and researchers will get the chance to participate in preparatory activities (mobilities, workshops, readings, ...) related to the new degree programmes. To be involved, keep an eye out on this page and the social media of LUCA and FilmEU!
The FilmEU consortium integrates four institutions with strong expertise in Film and Media Arts education, a common internationalization ambition and a long track record of past collaboration.
The partners share more than a decade of expertise in the development of European joint projects. These include E+ Knowledge Alliances, Strategic Partnerships and “Erasmus Mundus” Joint Master Degrees, besides other joint education and research projects, in order to foster the excellence and attractiveness of the European Higher Education Area.
FILMEU is focused on long-term strategic collaboration. Our mission is:
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FilmEU shares the belief that cinema and media arts lay at the centre of social transformations and economic growth which the creative sector can potentially impel if proper collaborative networks are successfully erected in Europe.
FilmEU aspires to build on the previous expertise in several education and research initiatives of the Alliance members. Namely in the joint design and implementation of the 4 existing European Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD) “Erasmus Mundus” in the areas of Film and Artistic creativity, and in the joint development of the knowledge triangle linking research, teaching and industry, in order to achieve a high level of integration of its members’ policies and actions though fostering: