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Art & Design

BA Visual Arts Studies

3 years

€8846 pa

Programme profile

This programme is delivered by a faculty of artists, academics and art professionals from many countries. Students can expect to gain a solid background in art history and theory, with a range of studio-art classes to develop skills in any area of the visual arts, from introductory to advanced level of skills. The programme combines historical foundations across the centuries with an emphasis on the international modern and contemporary art scene.

The programme. naturally has a focus on Central European developments, as Prague has been a Central European arts and cultural centre for many centuries, and even in the harsher periods of Nazi occupation and Communism, the region has never diminished in terms of individual artists, art movements and overall artistic achievements. The wide range of art studio classes are all taught by active and well-established artists; arts management classes are taught by experienced curators and art managers fully engaged in the contemporary art world, and since Prague is so close to Berlin, Vienna, and Dresden, it is at the heart of the International art scene.

Fees converted from Czech Koruna at rate in force on 01.09

Entry Requirements

3 A-Levels and 3 GCSEs

Six passes at Leaving Certificate, including 2 x H5




30 September