The diversity of programs, incorporation of original and experimental courses, inviting foreign teachers along with the opportunity offered to students to attend interesting lectures and seminars, and participation in regularly organized conferences is illustrative of the Faculty as an educational space located in an academic environment that is able to overcome institutional illimitations. Openness is overall fundamental for the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The ability to watch a film and the willingness to analyze your own viewing experience are perhaps the only uncompromising requirements. Although it may appear to be simple, meeting these criteria becomes, perhaps, the most difficult task. Fulfilling these tasks, however, makes it possible to acquire an outlook on research that doesn't correspond either to traditional film studies or evaluative critical ones. The emphasis on open, unbiased research and attention to different ways of seeing (reflected in the corpus of texts provided during the course of study from classical philosophical aesthetics to post-phenomenology) distinguishes our master's program from most educational programs.