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Liepaja UniversityAn accredited state higher educational establishment, which implements study programmes at all three study levels: basic studies, Master and Doctorate studies. Every year about 45 study programmes are implemented.
The Art Research Laboratory (MPLab) was established in 2006 as a structural research unit of LiepU Faculty of Humanities. Its aim is to carry out scientific research in the field of new media, art, culture and education and to develop dynamic, innovative and friendly research environment. Through cooperation with the New Media Culture Centre “RIXC” Art Research Laboratory actively participates in formation and development of new media art in Liepāja.
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Tampere University of Applied Sciences
Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) offers Bachelor and Master level studies for approximately 10 000 students in seven educational fields.
The education focuses on technology, business, tourism, as well as health and social welfare services. The active part of TAMK is the School of Art, Music and Media degree programmes in Film&Television, Fine Arts and Media.
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Lincoln School of Media
University of Lincoln
At the School of Media (University of Lincoln), students find an unrivalled learning experience. As a creative and progressive School, we have an outstanding reputation for a wide range of innovative undergraduate and postgraduate courses, alongside 'world-leading' and 'internationally excellent' research.
We offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses designed to prepare students for eventual employment in the media, creative and cultural industries.
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University of Vic
The University of Vic (Catalonia, Spain) is a university located in the heart of Catalonia and is part of the EHEA. Offers degrees in various fields: education, health, engineering, life sciences, social sciences ...
The Faculty of Business and Communication is twofold its name suggests, including the degree of Business Administration, Journalism, Audiovisual Communication and Advertising and Public Relations; digital communication is the core in the last three.
Students selected for the project MediaCulture 2020 are from the areas of Administration and Management and Television, which allows us to provide an interdisciplinary team.

Utrecht School of Arts The Faculty of Art, Media & Technology, HKU’s Hilversum location, is a creative ecosystem which uses state- of-the-art technology and iterative creative processes to address societal challenges through different means, such as Games & Interaction, Music & sound-design and Media.
The Media department is concerned with telling stories in both traditional and innovative ways, through the use of various design processes and visual outputs. The research in this subject area is organised in two programmes: Applied Narrative Design (AND) and Creative Design for Practices (CDP). AND serves as a platform for applied research and design dedicated to the ways media technology, storytelling and creativity can interact. The CDP programme researches the aforementioned with the aim of designing best practices and sharing these within the Utrecht School of Arts.

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