Nordic Master in Dance studies (NO-MA-DS)
Welcome to the start of your studies 2019
Monday 23 September: Introductory day and start of the first intensive week
09.00 – 12.00
introduction with student adviser Hanne Formo and professor Anne Fiskvik at Idrettsbygget Dragvoll. There will be served pizza-lunch together with the Choreomundus-students afterwards.
13.00 – 18.00
Classes in Field and Archiving (DANS3005 - Fieldwork, Archiving and Digitalisation)
DANS3005 is not mandatory for NOMADS-students, but we highly recommend everyone to take part of this subject. The course gives an important overview of the methodology of fieldwork in Dance Studies.
Monday 4 November: Start of second intensive week - Stockholm
The next intensive week is Dance and Cultural Theory at the University of Stockholm from Monday 4. November to Friday 8. November.
This programme is an opportunity to get the most updated knowledge of past and present dance types such as folk and street, ballet and modern, ballroom and club dance. You acquire skills in analysis of dance as bodily movement, aesthetic expression, tradition and interpretation of music.
The programme has intensive periods of teaching and academic supervision. Hence, you do not have to move to Trondheim in order to be a student of the Master’s programme. In order to attend the intensive periods of teaching, we recommend short stays at NTNU and at the cooperating institutions.
The application procedure is different depending mainly upon your source of funding and whether or not you have a Nordic citizenship.
Master of Arts in Dance Studies will be relevant for building a career related dance in teaching at many levels, different public sectors in governmental organizations. This may include policy and planning for dance as part of cultural policies and safeguarding actions in ministries and institutions which work with various aspects of dance, both locally and internationally.
During the intensive periods of teaching, you will get in contact with other students and staff both at NTNU and at the cooperating institutions. You gain access to large archives of audiovisual dance and music material, and the programme hosts evenings for social dance.
The Master's programme in Dance Studies is a two year full-time study of 120 ECTS credits. The courses are structured around intensive periods of teaching and academic supervision.
The learning outcome is divided into knowledge, skills and general competence. It outlines what you will have achieved when you complete the study programme.
A student councilor advices enrolled students and you are welcome to contact the councilor with questions you may have.
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