PhD in Communication Culture and Arts

University of Algarve

Program Description

PhD in Communication Culture and Arts

University of Algarve

Objectives

To provide advanced training for the practice of basic and advanced research within the field of the program.

To provide the integration of students in the Arts and Communication´s Research Program Center, specifically, by articulating their individual projects with the objectives of the research and development center: by doing applied research in the laboratories for artistic creation and training in the fields of theater, film and other arts, thus, establishing links between the assumptions of basic research and the real creative processes of artistic expression; by investigating the artistic phenomena and the media (at the physical, virtual and technological levels), including the creation of databases related to the objects of fundamental and applied research; by investigating ways of appropriation of language for the arts, communication and other purposes related to interpersonal communication and media, with particular focus on studies of Media Arts and Literacy.

Admission Requeriments:

Target Public

Holders of a 2nd cycle, or equivalent, in the scientific fields of the Arts, Arts Education, Art History, Language and Literature and Communication Sciences. As an exception, this degree is also open for holders of 1st cycle and 2nd cycle, or equivalent, in other fields of studies as long as their academic, artistic or scientific work shows relevance and there is recognized capacity to carry out this cycle of study by a competent department in the university where they intend to be admitted.

This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated October 4, 2015
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Oct. 2016
Duration
Duration
3 years
Full time
Price
Price
1,500 EUR
Information
Deadline
Start date Oct. 2016
Place
Portugal Faro
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Duration 3 years
Price 1,500 EUR
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