Mumbai University has made a grand announcement for students willing to make career in film-making. The university will launch five degree programmes in film-making in collaboration with the Ramesh SippyAcademy of Cinema and Entertainment (RSACE). The vice-chancellor of Mumbai University said that the university will be creating an infrastructure of Rs 3,000 crore plus in 1.2 lakh square feet area in its Kalina campus. In addition to that, the VC announced that the students coming in July can take courses in film art, screenwriting, animation, film production and visual effects in the Garware Institute of Career Education and Development, the existing infrastructure.
Amitabh Bachchan launched the programme along with other members from the RSACE board. The University of Mumbai is also planning to launch other short-term courses in entertainment and cinema as well. (ALSO READ: Mumbai University: MU Students yet to get their degree certificate)
The fee of the programme has not been announced so far. The fee will be shared shortly after the revenue-sharing model is discussed between the university and the academy. Candidates willing to take admission to film-making can appear for the course in Mumbai University if they fulfil the eligibility critera set for the admission. Candidates should visit the official website of Mumbai University for updates related to admission in film making.