The Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (AAAD/UMPRUM), the Czech Republic, is accepting applications to the master´s degree program in English for the following academic year 2019/2020, starting October 2019. Do not wait any longer, the deadline is 31st May 2019!
The master´s program, called Visual Arts, is a two-year program (three-year course across Architecture studios) which combines practical studio-based consultations, seminars and workshops with theoretical lectures on art theory and history. It is designed for BA/BFA or MA/MFA degree holders from universities and colleges abroad, irrespective of the country, and aims at providing international students with sound education in their chosen discipline in order to prepare them for individual and collaborative work in their profession.
The program is open across all UMPRUM studios:
Architecture, Ceramics and Porcelain, Concept – Object – Meaning (KOV), Fashion and Footwear Design, Fashion Design, Film and TV Graphics, Glass, Furniture and Interior Design, Graphic Design and Visual Communication, Graphic Design and New Media, Illustration and Graphics, Industrial Design, Intermedia Art, Painting, Photography I and Photography II, Product Design, Sculpture, Textile Design and Type Design and Typography.
Applications – containing your portfolio, CV, letter of intent, true copies of your BA diploma, proof of your capability of studying in English, recommendation letter, and filled-in application form – are to be submitted to the master´s degree coordinator.
For more information, email email@example.com
or check the application process information: https://www.umprum.cz/web/en/study/visual-arts-program, https://www.umprum.cz/web/en/study/visual-arts-program/faq
Why to study at UMPRUM/AAAD?
The Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague was founded in 1885 and the first school of its kind to be established in the Czech lands. Today it is a modern, dynamic and outward-looking institution that consistently ranks among the most prestigious art universities in Western and Eastern Europe. The school is located in the historic centre of Prague and housed in an original Neo-Renaissance building which features traditional atelier-like studios.
What else sets UMPRUM/AAAD apart?
Renowned professors and leading authorities in their respective fields as well as international guest professors, who are invited each semester as part of the Guest Artist programme.
High competition for places results in a small student body, which nurtures an individual approach to each student across the school's respective studios and study programmes.
In-house specialised workshops in each field of study complemented by a wide range of theoretical classes.
Three gallery spaces in the centre of Prague for use by students. Historic library with a vast collection of publications in multiple languages.
Collaborative projects between students and Czech and international manufacturers
Students take part in prestigious international exhibitions and design fairs.
Looking forward to your applications!