Pursuing a film degree would be a great choice for anybody who has a passion for cinema and film. You will experience all elements of the subject area, from the first spark of an idea, all the way to production and promotion of a film project. You will come to understand how film and cinema history has impacted our film and video production and consumption today, as well as how new technology has shaped the industry and opened doors for independent film-makers.
Although Estonia is a small country, and is home to only around 1.3 million people, it is well developed and has a great higher education system to offer. With the first Estonian university being founded in 1632, the country has a long history of higher education and adopted the Bologna Process in 2002. There are several world ranked universities that offer degrees in the English language, each of them providing a great study abroad experience for international students.
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