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Summer Course on Language of Film
This course familiarizes students with various elements of film language (cinematography, editing, sound, etc.) and introduces them to a range of approaches to cinematic analysis (authorship, genre, close formal reading, socio-historical considerations). Different types of films (narrative, documentary, and experimental) will be surveyed. Classical narrative cinema will be compared with alternative modes of story-telling.
Be at least 18 years of age by the start of the study abroad program; Have graduated from high school or secondary school or equivalent;Be able to verify fluency in the English language, using one of the methods described in the English Language Proficiency below; Internet-Based Test of English as a Foreign Language (iBT TOEFL) Minimum score of 95 for the iBT TOEFL, International English Language Testing System: Academic (IELTS: Academic) Minimum overall band score of 7.0, or Cambridge Assessment English Minimum score of 180 on the Cambridge English Advanced, CEFR Level C1.
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Tuition fees for (EU/Non EU): $3,699
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Stanford University Summer Session
Join a global community of students at one of the world’s leading institutions of research and learning. As the only opportunity to study abroad at Stanford University, Summer Session helps students take on challenging academics for college credit while balancing...
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