UW6213001 - Bachelor Of Applied Arts With Honours (Cinematography)
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The Cinematography Programme is tailored to provide a comprehensive knowledge on filmmaking through theoretical and practical practises through a series of carefully designed courses. Students will learn the fundamental and principal of a visual storytelling from script- to- screen process with emphasis is on the hands-on practical through the studios practises and on location/field productions. Student will also learn and 6 apply the concept and process of a film production workflow from the pre-production – production – postproduction. Students will acquire a broad range of filmmaking skills and techniques, including scriptwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. Throughout their undergraduate years, the student will produce a variety of video, television and documentary projects.
Student who has obtained a loan/scholarship/sponsorship for their studies at the University, they need to submit a copy of the loan’s/scholarship’s/sponsorship’s letter of offer on the registration day.
To assist students, the Student Affairs, Alumni Division (Undergraduate Student) and the Centre of Graduate Studies (Postgraduate Student) will contact the loan/scholarship/sponsorship representative from time to time for sources of aid.
For local students, you are required to fill the online UPU application. Intake is once a year - September. For International Students, you are required to fill the online form at CGSWeb. Please complete the form before the due date stated in the UNIMAS Intake Calendar. For any questions regarding admissions, please contact Undergraduate Studies Division (Undergraduate Programme) or UNIMAS Graduate School (Postgraduate Programme).
For further information, please contact:
Dr.Teo Miaw Lee
Programme Coordinator(CINEMATOGRAPHY )
Faculty of Applied & Creative Arts (FACA),
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak,
94300 Kota Samarahan,
Tel : +6082 58 1342
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org