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Baltic Film and Media School

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School of Tallinn University is a film and media school created in 2005 as a college of Tallinn University, one of the biggest educational institutions in Estonia. BFM offers a wide-based education in an international environment. The study programmes offer tools and skills for working on various positions in film production, TV, new media, communication, choreography, art and music. BFM provides students with free shooting and post-production equipment, studio space and production support for their creative works, supervised by established professionals from the audiovisual industry. The school is situated in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia and the European Capital of Culture in 2011.

Requirements

IELTS

6.0

TOEFL

80.0

Overview

Erasmus

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Technology Office

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Digital Design Studios

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Radio Studio

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Film Studio

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Career Office

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Research Laboratory

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Photography Studio

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Art Center

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Student Central

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