Applications for Tallinn Anthropology’s Audiovisual Ethnography Pathway are open
The pathway has a primary focus on the production of audiovisual ethnography. The coursework covers issues such as the history of visual anthropology, philosophies of representation, and the relationship between art, ethnography and cinema. It is taught and designed in collaboration between the School of Humanities and the MA in Documentary Arts programme of the Baltic Film, Media and Arts School of Tallinn University.
For more information visit the program website.
- May 1, for Ukraine, Georgia, Japan, USA, Kazakhstan, Turkey (Ukrainian war refugees beginning their studies in Tallinn University in the Fall of 2022 will be granted a tuition fee waiver for the 2022/2023 academic year)
- June 1, for EU/EEA students
The fee per semester is 1250 EUR.