Bachelor's Programme in Fine Arts

BFA - 180 ECTS (3 years)

Our Bachelor's programme in Fine Arts (BFA) is divided into a number of pre-chosen courses in the areas of own artistic work, contemporary theory and art history, writing, artistic work in today's society and artistic processes and research methods. The course in individual artistic work occupies most of the study time. In this main course the students work mainly individually but also in groups with their own artistic work. These are reported and discussed individually in tutorials but also in seminar form in the student group where each student presents his or her work and actively participates in the other students' presentations. Great demands are placed on the student to plan together with the teachers the content, focus and working method for one's his or her artistic work.

Application to the programme for the study year 2021/22 is closed. Next application round opens in January 2022 for admission to the atumn term 2022!

Language of instruction

Our BFA programme is offered in Swedish, thus skills in Swedish is required in order to be eligible for applying. The entry requirement for studies at the bachelor's level in Sweden is the equivalent of the Swedish upper secondary course English 6. Find out more about Bachelor's level requirements

 

Teachers and external tutors

During the study period all students receive professional attention from our teachers and guest teachers at the school. In addition to our teachers and guest teachers many artists are invited to give lectures and individual tutorials/studio visits with the students as well as crits in connection to exhibitions, etc.


Courses and workshops

Appart from mandatory programme courses, a number of workshops are given each term with in-depth study of various artistic fields such as painting, spaciousness, sculpture, photography, printmaking, performance, video and sound. The school has an education board where you as a student have the opportunity to come up with suggestions for the contents of the education such as who should be invited to the school to hold a course or a workshop. Usually 3-4 meetings are held each term.

Studios and well-equipped workshops

In total approximately 75 students study at the school. All admitted students are offered a studio place. Most of our studios are single studios and only a few are shared among two students. In our well-equipped workshops you can work with wood, metal, plaster, bronze, printmaking, photography, video and sound. Find out more about our workshops.


The school gallery

To prepare the students for a job as professional artists, the school has its own gallery where the students' artistic works and thematic group exhibitions are presented. You also have the chance to book the space for your own solo exhibition. MFA students commonly arrange for group exhibitions in the gallery during their final year.

The school also works closely with Bildmuseet and invites artists who exhibit there for open lectures and individual tutorials/studio visits. 

 

About the Arts campus