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LUCA School of Arts

actualización 07/06/2016

LUCA School of Arts

LUCA School of Arts - Belgium


Presentation & Philosophy

LUCA School of Arts is the only college in Flanders exclusively dedicated to art and architecture, making it unique in the region. The art school combines the strengths and expertise of five renowned Flemish higher education institutions for art and architecture spread across Brussels, Ghent and Leuven.

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Film studies at LUCA explore all aspects of the audiovisual world. Our students receive comprehensive training in directing, scenario, image, sound, editing and production. They can choose between a three-year professional bachelor in Film-TV-Video and a four-year academic bachelor with specialisation in Film and Animation.

Number of students in film/animation studies: 330

Degree category / length of studies:

Academically oriented Bachelor's and Master's degrees

-       Academic Bachelor and master Television-Film on c-mine campus  Genk

-       Film, academic bachelor degree in Audiovisual Arts in Brussels

-       Film Directing, Master degree in Audiovisual Arts on Sint-Lukas campus, Brussels

-       Academic Bachelor in Audiovisual Arts, Animation Film on Sint-Lukas campus Brussels

-       Master degree in Audiovisual Arts, Animation Film on Sint-Lukas campus, Brussels

-       Academic Bachelor and Master in Audiovisual Arts, Animation Film on C-mine campus Genk

-       Erasmus Mundus Master Doc Nomads

Professional Bachelor degree

-       Film-Television-Video on Narafi campus Brussel

Programme objective and content for the:

professional bachelor in film-Television-Video

In the space of three years, our Film-TV-Video students become real all-rounders, practised in all the tricks of the filmmaking trade. As of Year 1, students discover all the different disciplines: image, sound, editing, directing and production. The course uses a creative and practically oriented approach to tackle both the technical and artistic aspects of the audiovisual world. Theory courses form the basis of practical workshops. In other words, they act in function of practical assignments.

Programme objective and content for the academic bachelor and master in Audiovisual Arts

Students learn how to develop a concept, write a script, direct a film crew, work with actors, and oversee the editing of images and sound... Moreover, they learn the basic technical principles of camera, lighting, image and sound editing. With this knowledge they can manage a team and make films with their own individual stamp.

In the academic programme theoretical subjects are not merely in function of practical assignments. Courses such as Film History, Culture and Media Studies, and Philosophy sharpen the critical mind and bring insight into individual artistic identity.

In the Animation degree, the technical and creative aspects of making an animated film are of equal importance. Students receive basic knowledge of different animation techniques. Drawing skills, recording, editing, sound design and post-production are all covered, as are how to create a scenario and develop a storyboard. In this way, students learn how to develop and realise their own concepts.

Programme objective and content for the master in DOCNOMADS

Erasmus Mundus master degree on Sint-Lukas campus, Brussels DocNomads is an international two-year master degree in documentary filmmaking. Students come from all over the world to study successively at Lusófona University in Lisbon, the SZFE in Budapest and the LUCA Sint-Lukas campus in Brussels. DocNomads is the only film course in the world supported by Erasmus Mundus. Students can apply for travel and accommodation grants. To guarantee optimal individual tuition, a maximum of 25 students are selected each year.

Admission and entry requirements:

The application procedure varies according to the study programme you wish to enroll for and your profile as a student (degree seeking or exchange student). 

More information:



LUCA School of Arts

Brussels and Vorst campus

Wim Aerts
Paleizenstraat 70, 1030 Brussels
T +32 2 250 11 14


Jan Louis De Bruyn

C-mine 5, 3600 Genk

t. 32 89 30 08 50



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