APPLY TO MAST – Master Module in Art, Science and Technology

To become a part of MAST module piloting in year 2019/20, please consider enrolling the:

  • Media Arts and Practices international master study programme at the School of Arts, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia. Interested candidates are invited to consult the programme info package and the guidelines for international applicants at http://au.ung.si/map-app , and/or write to info.au@ung.si, where a consultation meeting (face2face or online) may be agreed.
  • or International Master in Interactive Media Design study programme at the Faculty of Engineering and Exact Science, University of Madeira, Portugal. Interested candidates are invited to consult the programme info package and the guidelines for international applicants at  http://mdmi.uma.pt, and apply through https://candidaturas.uma.pt/?lang=EN

If you are unsure, please refer to mast.module@gmail.com.


General queries, or mentorship submissions

We kindly ask for general queries, or mentorship submissions to be addressed to mast.module@gmail.com.

Project or consortium level issues

For any project or consortium level issues, please contact Prof. Peter Purg, PhD (peter.purg@ung.si) of the University of Nova Gorica, School of Arts as project head coordinator. University of Nova Gorica is the Legal representative and the coordinating institution of the MAST project:

Peter Purg, Associate Professor, PhD
University of Nova Gorica | School of Arts

Post: Vipavska 13, SI-5000 Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Location: Palazzo Alvarez, Via Diaz 5, Gorica, Italy

+386 (0)51 336 770 (Secretariat)

 

Project’s co-financing

On behalf of the European Union, the project’s co-financing is supervised by:

DG CONNECT
Communications Networks,Content & Technology
CONNECT I.3 Unit – Audiovisual Industry & MEDIA programme
BU-25 05/130
B-1000 Brussels/Belgium
+32 (0)2 29 91281
https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/creative-europe/

 

The MAST project is co-financed by the European Union.
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