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National Film School of Denmark

The National Film School of Denmark is a state school, supported by the Danish Ministry of Cultural Affairs, that was founded in 1966.
The National Film School of Denmark has 8 programmes: Script writing, sound, editing, fiction directing, documentary directing, animation and games directing, cinematography, and film producing. 
Students learn the craft of filmmaking to ensure their future employment in the professional film and media industry. The teaching also aims to develop and support each student's unique, personal, artistic talent.

The teaching programme is a mixture of theoretical and practical training and includes a large number of exercises and productions. The students' final project is a film produced on a professional level and presented to the public.  

No diploma or former education is in itself a guarantee of admission. All students must pass an entrance test including both practical exercises and interviews. The programs are all in Danish, so in order to be admitted to the National Film School of Denmark you must be able to speak and understand Danish. 
 

Overview

University Type

Public

Erasmus

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Scholarship Ratio

Public University

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Placement Rate

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Technology Office

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Video Workshop

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