Lectures, student's presentations, tasks, independent study, online and contact lessons
To be informed during the course
Completed courses are evaluated on the scale excellent (5), good (3-4), satisfactory (1-2), and fail (0). The marking pass (S) can exceptionally be used if it has been separately stated in the study guide or individual study plan.
The joint assessment framework forms the basis for competence assessment at TAMK. As a rule, assessment takes place by courses or study modules. The teacher in charge of the course implementation completes the assessment.
You have the right to know the assessment criteria and methods at the beginning of the course. Further information on assessment can be found in the course implementation descriptions.
50 hours contact lessons, 85 hours independent student work (135 hours in total)
Basic knowledge to be able to attend the course: Cinematic artwork-course/ technical knowledge of camerawork, visual storytelling and editing. -Student must speak fluent English and be able to take apart discussions actively as well as be able to write short texts in English.
During the course a student will take forward the moving image work or an idea started in the Cinematic Artwork or Narratives- courses. More Advanced cameras are introduced and taught.
You can register for open UAS courses with an e-form or through a web shop. When registering through the web shop, you pay most single course fees are instantly; study modules containing several units (e.g. path studies) are billed separately. When you register through the e-form, the course fee is to be paid through the link delivered by email.
Registration is binding.
TAMK degree students register for courses through Pakki.