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Studies on Culture

 2nd Cycle Degree     Departamento de Comunicação e Artes [Portuguese]

Ano:
Study plan   Studies on Culture
DGES code
6108
Assessment/Accreditation/Registration A3ES Accreditation, 07-03-2017
Registo DGES R/A-Cr 6/2017 de 20-03-2017
ECTS 120

About

Profile of the programme In agreement with the principles which presided the creation at UBI of the 1st study cycle in Sciences of Culture, and in its commitment to scientific and pedagogical robustness, the new programme boasts a distinctive connection to the surrounding region and its institutions, cultural and otherwise, as well as a marked professionalising penchant, along with the indispensable focus of the students opting for the research path
Stemming from the firm commitment to entrepreneurship in the multidisciplinary area of Culture and Studies on Culture, which finds its way into the curriculum and is evident in the institutional cooperation with the partner entities, the new programme will also foster internationalisation, attracting students from abroad, promoting the mobility of teaching staff and students, the visibility of research and projects developed in the remit of its teaching-learning activities.
Key learning outcomes Resulting from a close interinstitutional collaboration, the new programme will afford its future graduates: the ability to take part in cultural initiatives with high conceptual and operational versatility; to evoke new dynamics in endogenous and exogenous contexts, signalling new research lines and the emergence of new social and professional dynamics; to grasp concepts and practices of cultural entrepreneurship, developing the critical ability to evaluate its impact and measure its effects; to creatively conceive projects theoretically sustained in the understanding of the role of culture in the wider context of artistic practices, against the backdrop of the diversity of its expressions; the command of concepts and practices in cultural policy, at once specific objects of research and models for action in domains such as identities, economics of creativity, or cultural production and dissemination.
Occupational profiles of graduates The new Master Program in Studies on Culture of UBI offers two distinct possibilities at the end of its multidisciplinary basis training which is sponsored by the attendance of its curricular path, a vocational or professional route and the classical scientific investigation path, signaling as its specialization areas the Cultural entrepreneurship, Culture and artistic expressions and the Cultural policies.
Learning facilities Number of equipments/its description:
17 Classrooms
15 Teaching Staff offices
2 secretarial offices
Sessions’ Room
Labcom. IFP’s Room
1 Audio-visual Studio
1 Film Studio
1 Radio Laboratory
2 Photography Laboratories
3 Post-production rooms
1 Newsroom
2 Amphitheatres
1 Technical Services Room
Language Laboratory
Central Library: Ground Floor – Auditorium
Central Library: 1st floor – Formal Reading Room
Central Library: 2nd floor – Seminar Room
In addition to these FAL facilities, students can also count on facilities of FSHC, such as Classrooms, a
Central Library, Audio-visual Support Office or a Post-Graduation and Events Support Office. To this set of
UBI’s own facilities, it should be added the partner’s ones, in which takes place part of the students
training, particularly the workshop classes provided in the study plan.
Admission/Applicant

Departamento de Comunicação e Artes

Rua Marquês D'Ávila e Bolama
6201-001 Covilhã
275 242 024

Course Coordinator(s)

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Course Director
Urbano Mestre Sidoncha
 [Ficheiro Local]
Mobility coordinator
Catarina Sofia Lourenço Rodrigues

Committees

Scientific Committee
Urbano Mestre Sidoncha
Catarina Isabel Grácio de Moura
Joaquim Mateus Paulo Serra
José Ricardo Pinto Carvalheiro
Luís Carlos da Costa Nogueira
Paula Pinto Elyzeu Mesquita
José Carlos Gaspar Venâncio
Note: The information contained in these pages does not relieve consultation of official documents. Last updated on: 2017-03-09

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