M.A. Contemporary Dance -koulutus Frankfurtissa, pyrkiminen Helsingissä 12.12.
Contemporary Dance Education Master
The application process for this full time study program occurs every three semesters. The next admission begins in summer semester 2018.
The application deadline is 2nd October 2017.
The entrance examinations will take place exclusively by invitation on 18th and 19th November in Frankfurt as well as on 12th December in Helsinki.
A Bachelor degree or a comparable academic degree or
three years or more of professional experience (evidence must be submitted) in the field of dance as well as proof of knowledge and skills demonstrated at the entrance examination and equivalent to an academic degree required pursuant to lit. a).
For admission to this Master’s program in Contemporary Dance Education a sufficient written and oral command of German or English is required. Admission to the Master’s program in Contemporary Dance Education is also subject to candidates passing an entrance examination.
The M.A. Contemporary Dance Education MA CoDE (formerly MAztp) was redesigned under the direction of Prof. Ingo Diehl and permanently established at Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts in 2012.
This program is aimed at professional dancers, performers and choreographers who are interested in exploring the foundations of their work. The program has been designed to respond to the increasing demands of the professional world and artistic developments in it.
The full-time course, which is taught in English over four semesters, equates to 120 ECTS credit points and qualifies for the third cycle of the Bologna Process.
The wide range of possibilities and contacts to working professionals are offered in association with the Hessian Theater Academy and in close cooperation with Tanzlabor_21/Tanzbasis Frankfurt_Rhein_Main, the Forsythe Company/Motion Bank and diverse foundations.
The close collaboration with MA CoDE alumni network is integrated in the study course. With its innovative artistic and pedagogical concepts the program is represented at the essential major events oft he field such the German Tanzkongress, the festival Tanz im August in Berlin or in choreographic centres like K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie | Tanzplan Hamburg or Tanzhaus NRW in Düsseldorf.
Furthermore the forward-looking conception of the study-program is extending through close co-operations with international study-programs from Hollins University USA and DOCH Stockholm.