|€12,000 per semester
Registration fee is NON-Refundable
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Hungarian.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Please note that we can only accept BA diploma certificates which are accredited and equivalent to a Hungarian BA degree. In case you completed you BA studies at a private institution please check if your degree certificate is equivalent according to the Hungarian National Equivalency Office.
If you are graduating in the 2023-2024 academic year you must provide us with an official confirmation letter from your university containing the date of your graduation and obtaining your BA degree the latest by May 1st.
Applications are NOT accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): Hungary.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
Please note that the Motivational statement is an optional section of this application form, however in the second step of the admission process it will be a mandatory part of your portfolio task. Regarding the content, format and length please follow the instructions in the Admission requirements document of your chosen programme.
Specific requirements for Non-EU applicants:
Video Game specialisation
The Video Game specialisation aims to respond to the increasing demand for game designers in the Central and Eastern European region. Students who choose the programme will learn about game mechanics, game design, developing, prototyping and producing video games and the game industry. Our goal is to train designers who will be able to create engaging video games and work in this sector by founding their own company or by joining renowned production houses.
Animation Director specialisation
The main pillars of the MA Animation programme are developing independent perspectives, finding an individual artistic voice and creative method, and mastering a responsible designer approach. Content development is at the heart of the programme, which teaches students the different roles and processes of animation production as well as and the use of immersive and emerging technologies (AR, VR, MR).
Immersive Storytelling specialisation
The Immersive Storytelling specialisation provides students with theoretical and practical knowledge on designing immersive narrative spaces and working in virtual and extended reality environments. It also focuses on virtual production technology, a central focus of filmmaking in recent years. The goal of the Immersive Storytelling programme is to support non-linear formats, experimental storytelling and encourage students to work with creative technologies.
MOME provides a budget, through different grants and partnerships, for developing and producing diploma films. After graduation, MOME takes care of the afterlife of the films by submitting them to festivals and helping the freshly graduated filmmakers with the distribution and promotion.
Graduates may join international training programmes, such as the MEDIA-supported ASF, to build and grow their professional network, find possible coproduction partners, and enter the international arena.