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European Film Business and Law | Master (continuing education)

Developments on the digital single market, the noticeable increase in the shortage of skilled workers, and the effects of the global pandemic are posing new challenges for the European audiovisual and entertainment industry within the spheres of action of creative and artistic work, law, and business. The importance of digitalization and the much needed focus on transformational leadership and resilience for film and TV companies of tomorrow is more apparent today than ever before.

The continuing education master's degree program "European Film Business and Law" provides skilled workers and executives from the film and TV industry with the necessary competences to expertly meet these challenges in order to ensure the sustainable development of their companies as well as dynamic market growth in Europe. The program offers comprehensive insights into the European audiovisual and entertainment industry from both a business and a legal perspective. In addition to top-level academic expertise, the program offers a wealth of practice-related knowledge, interdisciplinary knowledge exchange, and access to top industry professionals and their networks.

THE PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
NameEuropean Film Business and Law
DegreeMaster of Business Administration (MBA)
Standard period of study4 Semesters
Credit points120
Language of instructionEnglish
Start of study (1st semester)Winter semester
CampusGriebnitzsee, Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF & online
Fees & Charges

Semester fees and charges: yes
Tuition fees: yes

Application

Have you decided to study European Film and Business Law at the University of Potsdam? Then you should take the next step and get more information about the current application and enrollment procedures at the application website.

This description is based in part on information from the subject-specific regulations for a master’s degree in European Film and Business Law (LL.M.) and European Film and Business Law (MBA) at the University of Potsdam and the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF dated January 26, 2022 (AmBek No. 14/22, p. 496).