Undergraduate
Faculty of Arts and Design
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Program Objectives Fellowships and Discount in Tuition Fee International Cooperations
Establishment Tuition Fee Occupational Profiles Of Graduates
Qualification Awarded Double Major–Minor Programs Access to Further Studies
Language of Instruction Internship Departmental Facilities
Mode of Education Grading Scheme Program Activities
Admission and Registration Requirements Graduation Requirements Contact Information


Program Objectives

 The aim of the department of Film and Television is to provide the basic principles of the theory and aesthetics of film; to provide information on the latest technological developments and allow for their practice; to create an environment where students can experiment with their artistry and develop their artistic point of views. In this context, keeping in mind that art is a universal concept, we work together with international festivals and projects in order to provide a more global experience for students.

The department of Film and Television is conscious of the constant changes, developments and shifts affecting culture and technology and aims to provide this understanding to its students, with the hope that one day the knowledge they have accumulated during their undergraduate education will allow for them to be the ones directing these changes in the future.





Establishment

 The department of Film and Television was established in 2015, as part of the Faculty of Arts and Design. It has begun accepting students as a program during the academic year of 2015-2016.







Qualification Awarded

Cinema and Television Diploma





Language of Instruction

Turkish





Mode of Education

Full Time





Admission and Registration Requirements

 The department of Film and Television accepts students through the central placement examination, with the TS-2 points.







Fellowships and Discount in Tuition Fee

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Tuition Fee

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Double Major–Minor Programs







Internship

Students have an obligation to complete a 40-day internship outside of the university.

Furthermore, students have an obligation to complete two semesters of in-house internship. 





Grading Scheme

Students are granted one of following letter grades and/or symbols by instructor of the course for each academic year they are enrolled.

A

A-

B+

B

B-

C+

C

C-

D+

D

D-

FD

FF

4.0

3.7

3.3

3

2.7

2.3

2.0

1.7

1.3

1.0

0.7

0.0

0.0

G: Not sat for semester-end exam

P: Course continues

R: Repeated

E: Incomplete semester studies

T: Transfer

V: Withdrawal

Student who got one of A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C grades as success grade, shall be considered as being succeeded that course. Student who got one of C-, D+, D, D- grades for a course, shall be considered as being succeeded that course conditionally. In the event that student must repeat the semester in which he got these grades, student shall be considered as being failed these courses. Student who got FD and FF grades for any course shall be considered as failed that course. Student who attended but not succeeded the course is granted FD grade; student who didn’t fulfill the attendance condition is granted FF grade. Procedures and principles applicable to enrollment, education and examinations carried out at the level of bachelor’s degree and associate degree have been determined by Regulations of Istanbul KulturUniversity Associate Degree and Bachelor’s Degree Education.







Graduation Requirements

Students are required to fulfill 240 ECTS credits (25% elective courses, 75% compulsory courses) and 30 days summer training. The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) shall be minimum 2.00 over 4.00 to be successful and to complete the Program.





International Cooperations

Communication Design (Multimedia) Department is a member of CILECT (Centre International de Liaison  des Ecoles de Cinema et de Television), EEA (European Exchange Acamedy), GEECT (The Groupement Européen des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision) and SEECS (Sout Eastern Europe Cinama Schools).







Occupational Profiles Of Graduates

 After graduation, students can work in various areas encompassed in the fields of Film and Televisions. Some job titles include: director, screenwriter, director of photography, art director, producer, technical crew (chief of studio, editor), theoretician of film and television, film critic.







Access to Further Studies







Departmental Facilities

Students have the opportunity to do double majors or major/minor. Furthermore, they can take part in the Erasmus/Socrates exchange programs with one of the partner institutions of the department. During their education, students can also take part in the activities provided by the university:

-       - The dance club

-       -Young development club

-       -Theatre club

-       -Cinema club

-       -Graphic and web design club

-       -Science and art club

-       -Ceramics club

-       -Ethics club

-       -Thought and culture club

-       -Photography club

-       -Chess club

-       -Personal development club

-       -Music club

-       -Effective communication club

-       -Quality club

-       -Adventure club

-       -Literature club

-       -Entrepreneurship club

-       -Psychology club

 





Program Activities

 Many talks, conferences, festivals and workshops take place during the academic year organized by the department





Contact Information

Faculty of Arts and Design, Head of the Department of Film and Television

 

Prof. Dr.  Bülent KÜÇÜKERDOĞAN

b.kucukerdogan@iku.edu.tr

Address: Ataköy Yerleşkesi, Bakırköy 34156,Istanbul


Tel: 0(212) 498 41 46