The mobility scheme offered by KEM is mandatory, during the first semester the students all work together in Lisbon. This first semester will consist of a leveraging period during which collaboration and team building capacities will be reinforced.
Given that the 2nd semester emphasizes specialisation; both Tallinn and Edinburgh have been chosen for the second venue. Students will be divided between the two schools in accordance with their areas of expertise already defined before application.
ENU will take 16 students (writers, directors and producers) and BFM the other 16 (cinematographers, editors and sound designers).
After the end of the second semester all students will come together in Tallinn for a Summer school during which they will present their final semester team and individual projects and the final proposals for last year projects.
In the 3rd and 4th semesters the students’ are once again divided amongst the three partner schools, but in this case a team based organization procedure is followed that pushes the students towards defining their own style in the midst of a collaborative environment.