Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (Hanze UAS)

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Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (Hanze UAS) Master MSc MA Netherlands Groningen September 2016

Share your Talent. Move the World. Come to Hanze University of Applied Sciences (Hanze UAS)! Founded in 1798 and based in Groningen, a lively student city in the northern part of the Netherlands. Today it is home to over 27,000 students from over 55 different nationalities spread across our 70 bachelor and 18 master programmes. With its wide variety of skills driven English degree Bachelor’s, Master’s and Exchange programmes, its summer school and Honours College as well as its modern facilities, Hanze UAS has much to offer its international students.

About Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (Hanze UAS)

The name Hanze refers to the Hanseatic League, the medieval trade alliance of cities in the Netherlands, Germany, Scandinavia, and the Baltic Area. The city of Groningen has an age-old tradition of being a centre of trade, but also one of knowledge, science and culture. Hanze UAS is proud to carry on this tradition. In the course of its history, this university of applied sciences has built up a reputation of being truly international. Its degree programmes prepare students for a professional career in an increasingly international environment. Students from all over the world are enrolled in numerous international programmes, taught in English, Dutch and German. Hanze UAS actively participates in projects aimed at supporting higher education institutions abroad with the enhancement of their curricula and the strengthening of their institutional capacity. In addition, the university has a strong focus on the field of Energy and the field Healthy Ageing, resulting in various projects and programme tracks that focus on these themes. Last but not least, the university also has a strong focus on entrepreneurship. Students are strongly encouraged and faciltitated to work on developing their entrpreneurial skills by, for instance, setting up their own company as part of the curriculum.

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Our representatives travel the world to meet with our partners and to represent the university at several education fairs. Find out when and where you can find them by clicking on the following link Meet us abroad. Why study at Hanze UAS? In fact, there are quite a few reasons why you should come and study here:

• Skills driven education ensuring that graduates enter the workforce well equipped.

• Extensive global network of partner universities and internship companies.

• Students gain work experience and build a network during their studies via real life case studies and their graduation project.

• Strong focus on Energy, Healthy Ageing and Entrepreneurship.

• Strong focus on applied research.

• Hanze UAS has programmes in nearly every domain and is home to unique Master’s programmes as Sensor System Applications, European Master in Renewable Energy and Sustainable Energy System Management.

• Hanze UAS offers a truly international environment: 10% of the student populations represent 75 different countries.

• Internationally recognised degrees.

• Last but not least: value for money. We are less expensive than comparable programmes in the UK / USA.

Another good reason for joining Hanze UAS is it’s location:

• Groningen is the second oldest university town in the Netherlands. Nearly half of the population consists of students.

• Groningen won several awards for being the best student city in the Netherlands, after Amsterdam, for being the safest city in the Netherlandsa and for having the 'best downtown in the Netherlands'.

• Groningen also came out as best European city among its residents in several surveys on aspects such as amenities, facilities, safety, and clean air.

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Master Sensor System Engineering (SSE)

Campus Full time 1 year September 2016 Netherlands Groningen

This master prepares you for a bright future in the fascinating world of advanced sensor applications. A domain that is rapidly growing, providing all kinds of interesting prospects for you, ambitious engineers. Within the globally important domain of health, sensor applications will provide totally new ways to monitor, heal, treat and care for people. [+]

Sensor System Engineering (SSE) honours master's programme. ​Are you passionate about technology and engineering? Are you open minded, do you like to stretch boundaries to find out what is out there? Can you apply yourself, developing new ways to move the technology ahead, specifically in the health domain? Then take a moment to consider the opportunity to join us for one year to complete the Sensor System Engineering (SSE) honours master's programme. This master prepares you for a bright future in the fascinating world of advanced sensor applications. A domain that is rapidly growing, providing all kinds of interesting prospects for you, ambitious engineers. Within the globally important domain of health, sensor applications will provide totally new ways to monitor, heal, treat and care for people. Sensors affect and benefit the lives of billions of people world-wide. Healthcare is one of the main areas where the innovative applications of sensors becomes increasingly important. Quite a promising prospect for you as a future sensor specialist, with expertise in said area. Honours Like our bachelor's programmes, the Sensor System Engineering master's is recognised as an honours programme, offering a challenging schedule to students. This means 10 ECs are added to the regular 60 ECs master's programme. We strive for students who are passionate about technology and committed to their own personal development. We admit students who have an entrepreneurial style and who consider themselves to be world citizens. You will be expected to show creativity and the drive to discover new solutions by yourself. Naturally, you will be supported by the lecturing staff, as well as experts from industry, health and applied research. Diploma​​ SSE is an NVAO​ accredited HBO Master's Programme. After graduation you will receive a Master of Engineering diploma. The honours module is mentioned in the diploma and the diploma supplement. More info about the difference between a degree from a university of applied sciences (HBO) – higher professional education – and a research university (WO) can be found at government.nl (international students) or rijksoverheid.nl (Dutch students). Career perspectives​ As a Master of Engineering you will qualify for a variety of jobs in the following domains. You can make a career in the health domain, developing products and services that involve sensor innovations for medical devices, domotics and home care. Another promising career move is to apply for a job in the technology domain, where you will develop technical sensor applications. A scientific research environment is another great place for you as a master. Here you will work alongside scientists who are focused on high tech research projects as genome sequencing or seismic monitoring systems. Like our bachelor's programmes, Sensor System Engineering is recognised as an honours programme, offering a challenging schedule to students. This means 10 ECs are added to the regular 60 ECs master's programme. First semester General knowledge about sensor applications needed for any type of specialization. - Linear algebra (5 ECs): mathematics required for the next modules. - Advanced data analysis (5 ECs):applied statistics, nonlinear differential equations and high dimensional data sets.​ - Modelling & simulation (5 ECs):theory and tools required to model complex systems and to​ analyse and represent simulated data. - Data centric architectures (5 ECs): training in architectural design at two conceptual levels. - Specialised knowledge involving sensors in the health domain ​ - Products and services in Health (5 ECs): learning the full design process, based upon cases from the domain of Health. - Sensor applications in Health ((5 ECs): exploration of sensor applications in biology, technology, diagnostics and application in health environments like hospital and home care. Second semester​ Master thesis project (30 ECs): an applied research project in industry, a research institute or university department of six months, resulting in a master thesis. Honours content - Professional skills (3 ECs): learning to excel in the professional fi​eld by developing essential professional, non-technical skills. - Research & ethics (5 ECs): learning necessary research skills as well as the ability to reflect on ethical issues. - Community contribution (2 ECs): forming a network for the students to help them solve particular problems in a multidisciplinary setting.​ Master's thesis project (30 ECTS) A six month research project in the domain of sensor technology and health in industry, a research institute or university department, resulting in a master's thesis. Language requirements A minimum score of two B2s and two C1s according to the Common European Framework) or comparable IELTS score of 6.5, with no sub scores below 5.5, or an equivalent score on the TOEFL test. Students who have a qualification from the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain or Ireland are exempted from the language requirement. Tuition fees Master's programme € 1.984 for EU students € 7.500 for non-EU students (based on 2016-17 fees) Pre-master's programme (max 30 ECTS) € 40 per ECTS for EU students € 125 per ECTS for non-EU students More information about admission and application visit: www.hanzegroningen.eu/msse [-]

European Master in Renewable Energy

Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2016 Netherlands Groningen

The European Master in Renewable Energy is a programme offered at the School of Engineering of Hanze UAS in cooperation with EUREC, aimed at training post-graduate students to fill the gap between growing industry demand for specialised renewable energy expertise and the skills currently available on the job market. [+]

​​​​Within the rapidly expanding European renewable energy industry, an urgent demand exists for more post-graduate trained staff specialised in renewable energy technology. Together with leading European Universities, EUREC has developed the European Master in Renewable Energy. Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (Hanze UAS), became a member of the EUREC consortium and started this master's programme in September 2012. The aim of the European Master in Renewable Energy is to train post-graduate students to fill the gap between the growing industry demand for specialised renewable energy expertise and the skills currently available on the job market. By structuring the course in three sections, students are guaranteed to spend time in at least two different EU countries and make contact with a wide range of European universities and companies involved in the renewable energy sector. The participating universities are all well-established in training and research and recognised internationally for their work in the field of renewable energy technology. The MSc programme consi​​sts of 3 semesters: 1) The C​​​ore The first semester the student will acquire a solid foundation in key renewable energy technologies and the socio-economic issues related to these. For the core the student can choose one of the following universities: - Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, the Netherlands (English) - Ecole des Mines de Paris, France (French) - Zaragoza University, Spain (Spanish) - Loughborough University, UK (English) - Oldenburg​ University, Germany (English) The Study Guide 20​14-2015 contains detailed information about the programme at Hanze UAS. 2) T​​he specialisation The second semester will give students the opportunity to specialise in a chosen technology at a different university. The specialisations are taught in English. For the specialization there are the following options: - Photovoltaics - University of Northumbria in the UK - Wind Energy - National Technical University of Athens in Greece - Grid Integration - University of Zaragoza in Spain - Solar Thermal - University of Perpignan in France - Ocean Energy - IST Lisbon in Portugal 3) The thesis project In the third semester each student will conduct a 6 month research project in a company or a research centre. This is done under supervision of a professor of the core, a professor of the specialization and a supervisor from the project provider. For your final thesis placement it is possible to apply for an Erasmus placement grant. For general information about the Erasmus LLL programme, you can read t​his page. The participating universities are all well-established in training and research as well as being recognised at an international level for their work in the field of renewable energy technology. More information about admission and application visit: www.hanzegroningen.eu/mre [-]

Master of Arts - Media, Art, Design & Tech​​nology

Campus Full time 2 years September 2016 Netherlands Groningen

Master of Arts - Media, Art, Design & Tech​​nology (MADtech) is all about combining art and technology, creating hybrid forms of art, using traditional as well as brand new, unexpected means, content and media. Experimentation, tinkering and playing are vital methods for developing your work, backed up by thorough reflection. Artistic technology research is therefore a major part of the master programme. You will take part in collaborative artistic research projects, exploring the possibilities and limitations of transdisciplinary and transmedial situations in contemporary culture. This will help you to understand the links between aesthetics, technology, materiality, thinking and politics. [+]

Artists doing strange things with technology. This sums up our MADtech Programme. To imagine, interpret and change human interaction with a transforming world you will use and artistically explore different technologies. You will do so with a tinker mentality: play and experimentation are important aspects in your development and will carry a special emphasis on the research you do. This mentality, combined with a critical reflective attitude and conceptual skills, will lead to unexpected perspectives, resulting in multimedia artistic work. Master of Arts - Media, Art, Design & Tech​​nology (MADtech) MADtech is all about combining art and technology, creating hybrid forms of art, using traditional as well as brand new, unexpected means, content and media. Experimentation, tinkering and playing are vital methods for developing your work, backed up by thorough reflection. Artistic technology research is therefore a major part of the master programme. You will take part in collaborative artistic research projects, exploring the possibilities and limitations of transdisciplinary and transmedial situations in contemporary culture. This will help you to understand the links between aesthetics, technology, materiality, thinking and politics. Enriching your work and ideas You enter this programme with your own research topic. You will develop and refine these ideas during your first year, enriching your ideas through the knowledge and skills that you will gain, the experiments that you will carry out and the collaboration that you'll encounter. The second year is almost entirely devoted to your graduation work and artistic research, leading to your master thesis. During your time with us you will be part of a community where education, research and the artistic practice meet and reinforce each other. Hybrid Arts Lab For most of your work, research and lectures you will go to our building on the Praediniussingel. There you will find our Hybrid Arts Lab, also called HAL 24/7. It includes an artistic technology research lab, seminar, project, lecture and exhibition rooms, media and photography studios, common workplaces, common kitchen and individual studios. You also have access to your studio 24 hours a day, seven days a week. At HAL we provide plenty of facilities, which you can use, technologically and otherwise as well as sufficient technical support. If you require more complex, technological facilities, you are welcome to make use of the Hanze facilities at the Institute of Engineering in Assen. Expert meetings, artist's talks and exhibitions You can attend interesting expert meetings, artist's talks and exhibitions, for instance by lectors of the Centre of Applied Research and Innovation Art & Society. During the 'Energize Festival' an international workshop called 'Recycling Electronics' took place here. Another interesting example is the expert meeting concerning photography research in cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural artistic practices, which involved current students and alumni. Every year, the course Research & Development/New Media Art Practices organises different collaborative projects and workshops, for example, with CREW Immersive Media and Blast Theory. Centre of Applied Research and Innovation Art & Society The Art & Society research centre of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen covers the practice based research of Minerva Art Academy. The Art & Society research centre consists of three research groups: Lifelong Learning in Music, Image in Context and Popular Culture, and Sustainability & Innovation. ​Programme​ first year First year: exploring possibilities The first year of this master programme is mostly about exploring your chosen field. You will carry out your own experiments in our Hybrid Arts Lab, tinker with new technology during creative programming and explore research possibilities in art practices. This will allow you to improve your knowledge and skills, get to know the international art practice, create new concepts and to discover the possibilities of artistic research. First year highlights Experimenting in our Hybrid Arts Lab. Following a rich creative programming course, like MAX/MSP. Research & Media Theory: following theory and research courses about the relationship between visual perception psychology and media theory and between perception and cognition, current developments in media theory and links between the arts, visual communication and visual culture. Attending a series of lectures at the University of Groningen. Collaborating in a shared research course on Research & Development/New Media Art Practices with master students of the University of Groningen. Regular sessions where you and your fellow students present and discuss the results of experiments, workshops, research projects and your own progress; to each other, to experts and to the public. Individual or collective visits to relevant institutions, festivals, work places and research centres. Programme second year Realising your artistic goals At the start of your second year, you will begin to work on your graduation project. Most of your time will be devoted to working on this project. There will still be classes, although less than in ​the first year. Supervisors will advise and guide you and encourage your progress. Your goal is to realise your research project and write your master thesis. There will be plenty of opportunities throughout the year to share what you have learned and experienced with others during sessions, discussions and presentations. Depending on what you need, we will ask guest lecturers to contribute to the supervision of your research project. During a series of public dialogues, second year students will also discuss their work with guest lecturers and others, helping you to improve your work and take it to the next level. Second year highlights Spending many hours in the lab, experimenting individually or in collaboration with others, focusing on your own project. Following a creative programming schedule; individually or collectively. Attending a series of lectures on relevant subjects at the University of Groningen, like history of art, psychology of art and art philosophy. Studying independently, supervised by your lecturers. Joining projects, collaborating with the Centre of Applied Research and other Hanze partners. Visiting international festivals, like Ars Electronica in Linz, Transmediale in Berlin and an intensive study trip to New York. Regular sessions, where you and your fellow students present and discuss the results of experiments, workshops, research projects and your own work relating to your graduation project. Presenting and discussing your work at public occasions, such as festivals, exhibitions and public lectures. Graduation work and master thesis Towards the end of your second year you will make your graduation work and write a master thesis, showing your analytical skills, critical view and ability to reflect on your own work, as well as illustrating your research abilities. With this thesis you also show us your future place in the world of art. You will present your artistic work and your master thesis at your public graduation. Upon your graduation you will be awarded the degree of Master of Arts. Applying for prestigious awards In addition, as a second year master student you can apply for special awards for excellent students of fine arts, for instance the 'George Verberg Grant', an annual, prestigious award of € 10,000. This award enables the winner to spend a year in one of the Baltic States, Germany, Poland or Scandinavia in order to work there as an artist. Enriching your work and ideas You enter this programme with your own research topic. You will develop and refine these ideas during your first year, enriching your ideas through the knowledge and skills that you will gain, the experiments that you will carry out and the collaboration that you'll encounter. The second year is almost entirely devoted to your graduation work and artistic research, leading to your master thesis. During your time with us you will be part of a community where education, research and the artistic practice meet and reinforce each other. Hybrid Arts Lab For most of your work, research and lectures you will go to our building on the Praediniussingel. There you will find our Hybrid Arts Lab, also called HAL 24/7. It includes an artistic technology research lab, seminar, project, lecture and exhibition rooms, media and photography studios, common workplaces, common kitchen and individual studios. You also have access to your studio 24 hours a day, seven days a week. At HAL we provide plenty of facilities, which you can use, technologically and otherwise as well as sufficient technical support. If you require more complex, technological facilities, you are welcome to make use of the Hanze facilities at the Institute of Engineering in Assen. Expert meetings, artist's talks and exhibitions You can attend interesting expert meetings, artist's talks and exhibitions, for instance by lectors of the Centre of Applied Research and Innovation Art & Society. During the 'Energize Festival' an international workshop called 'Recycling Electronics' took place here. Another interesting example is the expert meeting concerning photography research in cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural artistic practices, which involved current students and alumni. Every year, the course Research & Development/New Media Art Practices organises different collaborative projects and workshops, for example, with CREW Immersive Media and Blast Theory. Centre of Applied Research and Innovation Art & Society The Art & Society research centre of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen covers the practice based research of Minerva Art Academy. The Art & Society research centre consists of three research groups: Lifelong Learning in Music, Image in Context and Popular Culture, and Sustainability & Innovation. ​Admission requirements ​To be admitted you need a bachelor's degree in art (visual arts or design) or an equivalent previous education (for example, a university degree or diploma in a related area). In addition, you are expected to have good English language skills. You must be able to read specialist publications in English, follow instructions in English and express yourself well in English. To prove your competence, you have to submit an official international IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge ESOL test certificate. The minimum requirements are: International IELTS test: score of at least 6.5 International TOEFL test: Internet-based TOEFL: score of 90; Computer-based TOEFL: score of 232; Paper-based TOEFL: score of 575 ​Cambridge ESOL level C (CAE – C) More information about admission and application visit: www.hanzegroningen.eu/madtech [-]

Master International Communication

Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2016 Netherlands Groningen

Five universities across Europe, all specialising in communication and public relations in international professional contexts, have joined forces to create a unique joint programme [+]

The Master in International Communication (MIC) is an ambitious double degree programme for those who aspire to an international career as a communication practitioner in senior managerial or consultancy positions, responsible for the external and internal communication of an organisation. Four universities across Europe, all specialising in communication and public relations in international professional contexts, have joined forces to create this unique joint programme offering you the full benefit of their collective expertise and international networks. This consortium consists of: The Netherlands: Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen The United Kingdom: Leeds Beckett University Italy: IULM University, Milan Lithuania: Vilnius University The MIC offers you the opportunity to study at two universities and graduate with two Master’s degrees and the Geert Hofstede Consortium certificate. The programme starts each September and consists of three semesters (90 European credits). During the first semester you will study at one of the consortium universities, and for your second semester you will study at one of the other consortium universities. During the third semester, you will write your dissertation under the supervision of these two universities. Career Focused How is the career perspective built into the MIC programme? Throughout your study, you will analyse and solve real corporate communication problems provided by companies and governmental and non-governmental organisations. While acquiring the necessary expertise, you will at the same time acquire the knowledge and skills you need to be able to work within an international, complex and ever-changing business context. In doing so, you will not only be achieving an academic milestone, you will also be building your business network and complementing your résumé with work experiences. MIC Curriculum Overview Semester 1: Core Programme (30 European credits) The first semester introduces you to the full breadth of the profession. What are the roles and responsibilities of the communication professional in an organisation from a strategic perspective? Which main functional areas are there? How does culture influence communication? What is the relationship between the organisation and its international and intercultural environment? You will complete this semester at one of the consortium universities of your choice. Semester 2: Specialisations (30 European credits) During the second semester, you will complete a number of specialisations from another consortium universities of your choice. The specialisations are, by definition, in tune with what is happening in the professional field and can change according. The specialisations include: Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands Intercultural Management International marketing communication International public affairs & corporate communication IULM International University of Languages and Media, Milan, Italy Development and communication Public affairs and advocacy Social responsibility and communication Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, The United Kingdom Public relations skills Communication audits Digital communication management Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania International crisis communication management Innovative methods in corporate communication Media and sustainable development Semester 3: The Graduation Project (30 European credits) The graduation Project consists of a master’s dissertation and a personal development portfolio. You must demonstrate mastery of those competences required to obtain the title Master in International Communication. You will choose a professional role and analytically solve a problem for an outside client or stakeholders (working in-house or as a consultant). The result of this project will be based on applied research and the use of an appropriate methodology. Every problem requires a solution from an international or intercultural perspective. The dissertation is completed under the supervision of two universities. MIC graduate profile As a graduate of the Master in International Communication you will be an interculturally competent communication professional able to work in a global context. You will be able to anticipate changes and develop, implement and manage sustainable and innovative solutions to communication issues. As a graduate, you will have the skills and knowledge needed to work at managerial or consultancy level. Career Prospects Based on the MIC Alumni Evaluation conducted in 2015, 91.6% of the MIC graduates have found a job within a year after graduating. Graduates have found jobs as Communications manager, Communications consultant, Director of communication and external relations, Image and communications manager, Marketing & communications executive, Content and media manager, Social media research officer, Senior international relations officer, Events officer and Project manager. Companies where our graduates have found positions include Google, Edelman PR, Ogilvy Group, Walt Disney, Hewlett Packard, IBM, ABN-Amro bank and governmental institutions. Admission requirements Previous study in one of the following fields: communication, humanities, social sciences, business, management. Extensive work experience may also be considered. English language requirements: IELTS: 6.5, no subscores below 5.5 or TOEFL: 90 (internet). IELTS or TOEFL must not be older than two years. Tuition fees Tuition fees for 2016-2017 for all students (EU and Non-EU) is between € 8.000 - € 12.250 for the entire MIC programme of 1.5 years. The precise amount depends on the combination of universities students choose to study at. For more details, please visit www.masterinternationalcommunication.eu 
 The MIC is a fully accredited programme. For more information about admission and application visit: www.hanzegroningen.eu/mic or www.masterinternationalcommunication.eu Duration and Price Price: € 8167 per year OR € 4.083 per semester OR € 12.250 Entire programme [-]

MSc

European Master in Sustainable Energy System Management

Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Netherlands Groningen

Acquire a solid foundation in sustainable energy system management. Topics include modelling, technologies, markets & innovation, scientific framework (law, policy, societal acceptance, environmental aspects). [+]

Programme status: pending accreditation As this is a new programme, more information will follow. See information below for a basic overview. Acquire a solid foundation in sustainable energy system management. Topics include modelling, technologies, markets & innovation, scientific framework (law, policy, societal acceptance, environmental aspects). Work on real life projects, and specialise at a partner institute. This programme is for students with a background in economics, managerial engineering or equivalent.​ Important information: School: Institute of Engineering Degree awarded: European Master of Science in Sustainable Energy System Management, as well as EUREC certificate​ Specialisations: • System Integration & Optimization • Sustainable Energy Management Duration: 3 semesters/1.5 Years, one semester abroad. Credits: 90 ECTS. Tuition fees: EU/EER €7300 /Non-EU €11500 (full tuition fee). However, EU students starting at Hanze UAS will pay Dutch statutory fee of €1984 (per year)​. Check main tuition page for a tuition fee overview. [-]

MA

Master of Arts in Painting

Campus Full time September 2016 Netherlands Groningen

MA Painting stands for the discipline of ‘painting’, but does not only educate the student to become a fine painter. The starting point and benchmark of MA Painting is the rich tradition of painting. It offers the autonomous artist the opportunity to specialize with the aim of becoming a ‘creative’ and ‘thinking’ artist who can perform, with the aid of interdisciplinary strategies, innovative and experimental research at the interface of art, traditional and new media, and science. [+]

You wish to gain more insight into the innovative quality of painting in a rapidly changing world. Aware of the force of physicality and materiality of art works, you take a painterly approach as you conduct your experimental research into the functioning of perception psychology, cognition and imagination. A painting shows you the imagination of ideas as well as how the material is edited and used. Taking a painterly and critical approach means that you create new relationships and associations through the use of materiality. In this way, you determine the meaning and significance of your work in today's society by combining ideation and materiality; transforming your ideas in unexpected, meaningful and powerful images. What m​​atters To be admitted to this master, we expect you to show us what you want to get out of this programme. We therefore ask you to submit a broad outline of the artistic research that matters to you. What is it that fascinates you about painting? What kind of research would you like to carry out, what is progress that you want to make? During the admissions procedure you will discuss your ideas with us. Once admitted, your ideas will form the start of the next two years. The Frank Mohr Institute is named after Mr A. Frank Mohr (1931-1998), cultural advisor to the city and province of Groningen and chairman of the advisory boards of Minerva Art Academy and the Prince Claus Conservatoire. He was a fervent advocate of independence and innovation in art education in the North Netherlands. More information about admission and application visit: www.hanzegroningen.eu/painting [-]

Master in Music

Campus Full time 2 years September 2016 Netherlands Groningen

Are you a professional musician with a goal? Do you have a specific vision of your future? Then the Master of Music at the Prince Claus Conservatoire could be the suitable study to achieve [+]

Are you a professional musician with a goal? Do you have a specific vision of your future? Then the Master of Music at the Prince Claus Conservatoire could be the suitable study to achieve your personal goals. The Prince Claus Conservatoire is internationally known as an innovative institute of high quality with a large regional and international network. The Master of Music at the Prince Claus Conservatoire is there for ambitious musicians who want to develop themselves in a self-chosen direction. Specializations: - Master New Audiences and Innovative Practice - Master Wind Band Conducting - Master New York Jazz - Master Instrumental Learning & Teaching For more information about admission and application visit: www.hanzegroningen.eu/mastermusic [-]

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