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                                                  葡京赌场

                                                  2019 MA 葡京赌场官网 Communication Studies

                                                  发布者:王贝贝发布时间:2018-03-14浏览次数:234

                                                  Introduction

                                                  STA’s bilingual (Chinese and English) MA program in Intercultural Communication Studies recruits excellent students with a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from top international and Chinese universities. This two-year English-taught program includes the required first year full-time residency and an optional second year residency for project-based internships. All students in residency are sponsored by STA with scholarships (tuition, accommodation, and stipend). After the first year, when the course work is completed, students can choose where to live and intern when they write their MA theses. Duration of study for the MA degree could be extended to maximum of four years. MA theses can be written in Chinese or English. Previous knowledge of Chinese is preferred, but not a MUST for this program.

                                                    

                                                  STA is one of the most renowned art institutions in China, bases in Shanghai, a vibrant cosmopolitan city. Established in 1945, STA trains professionals in dramatic arts, traditional Chinese opera, film, television and dance.The seven-year old Intercultural Communication Studies Program has a small cohort of students from all over the world. Students can develop skills and experiences in intercultural communications for flexible application in a variety of careers.

                                                    

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                                                  Applicants are expected to have a strong interest in Chinese culture and intercultural communications in any academic and/or artistic field, including but not limited to performing arts, performance studies, literature and all forms of the media. Applicants need to fill out the application form before taking the entrance examinations, including a written test to answer two or three general essay questions in the fields of human civilizations and a Skype/telephone interview, most likely on April 25. Those who submit the application by April 15 will be given preference. The admission notice will be mailed out by May 15.

                                                    

                                                    

                                                  Curriculum

                                                  The curriculum requires 36 credits, including 18 from the mandatory courses exploring the following topics:

                                                  lPerformance Studies

                                                  lChinese History and Culture

                                                  lIntercultural Theatre: From Classical Greece to the Present

                                                  lTraditional and Modern Chinese Arts and Performance in Global Perspectives

                                                  lEngaging Culture: Practice and Research Between Field and Performance

                                                  lModern Chinese Society and Politics through Film

                                                  lSino-US Film Relations: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

                                                  lCase Studies on Intercultural Communication, a Lecture Series

                                                  The remaining 18 credits are from elective courses, including:

                                                  l3-4 in Chinese language courses (mandatory if Chinese is not proficient enough);

                                                  l4-6 in studio courses (Chinese opera acting, Taiqi, filmmaking, body Architect Method, dance, etc);

                                                  l4 in project courses (faculty advised production & other practical projects);

                                                  6 credits are for writing the MA thesis under the advisor’s supervision. These can be taken after the first year.

                                                    

                                                  MA Thesis

                                                  The MA thesis is the culmination of the student’s two-year study. It will start with a thesis proposal developed in consultation with professors, chosen at the end of Semester I, and will be examined by a group of three professors at the end of Semester II. After the acceptance of her/his proposal, the student will spend the next year, or more if needed, to write the thesis, while consulting with the MA advisor in person or electronically. Once completed, the thesis will be defended before a group of five professors. After a successful defense, the student will then be granted the MA degree at the next commencement ceremonies.

                                                    

                                                  Contact person:

                                                  Name:Shirley Zou

                                                  Email:micgirl@126.com

                                                  Tel:0086 21 62498896

                                                  Address:208 Zhongyi Bld(2), 630 Huashan Road, Shanghai, China