Extent: 15-25 ECTS
Language: Finnish or English
Teacher in charge: Aleksi Bardy
Target group: Open minor
Application procedure: Normal application periods are observed for internal mobility and JOO application. The application periods for minors for Aalto University students are 1-15 May 2015 and 15-30 Sept 2015.
Instructions for applying: http://studyguides.aalto.fi/minors-guide/2015/en/minor/instructions-for-applying.html.
Students from other Finnish universities apply for the minor in the JOOPAS system during the JOO application period https://haku.joopas.fi.
Minor students are required to have prior knowledge of the audiovisual field or education in production or another field. Participation in teaching generally requires fluency in Finnish and English. The application must include a motivation letter that also outlines the applicant's earlier experience.
Students of the Department of Film, Television and Scenography who will transfer to a new programme can apply to the minor until the end of May. During the applying period the applications should be sent via the eAge system. After the application period applications should be sent to the study coordinator of the minor.
Quotas and restrictions: 0-4 students are selected per academic year.
Prerequisites: a background in the subject is a prerequisite (see the application instructions)
Name of the minor in other languages: Audiovisuaalinen projektinjohto, Audiovisuell projektledning
After completing the minor, the student can plan and manage audiovisual productions.
The tailored minor entity consists of project management courses (division of work, scheduling, budgeting, project management, management, etc.). The courses are mainly BA-level courses from the Film and Television Producing course offering.
The minor entity includes participation in the production management of one school exercise (course work, intermediate work or BA/MA film, as a production manager, assistant director or producer).
The entire course content is planned on an individual basis according to the student's needs, earlier studies and competence as well as the other course offering.