is for those who wish to deepen their artistic skills and
perhaps continue in research or developmental work in some form.
Many of our students choose to continue studying on an advanced
Here you'll find out more about the
admission process, how and when to apply.
Here you'll find the programme
syllabus for the MFA programme.
Own studios and well-equipped workshops
In total there are approximately 70 students at the school. All
students have a studio space.
In total there are approximately 70 students at the school.
All students have a studio space.
The school has well-equipped workshops for wood, metal, plaster,
bronze, graphics, photo, video or computer-based work. Apart from
our workshops there are a number of project rooms that can be
reserved when you need working space outside of your studio.
Here you'll find out more of how it works and the link to the
school's booking system.
The official tuition language of the programme is English. An
entry requirement is that you have English B/6 or equivalent in
addition to a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts or equivalent. You may
demonstrate that you meet the English language requirement through
certain upper secondary (high school) studies, certain univeristy
studies, or an internationally approved English test. Here you may find more
information and links to useful pages.
The students' own artistic projects make up the core of the
education and all students work on their own project to a large
extent (about 60 %) of the time. The rest of the time there are
courses, workshops, lectures or other activites on the schedule
that you participate in, some of which are compulsory. Apart from
that all teachers offer individual tutorials/studio talks some for
their class students and some open for all, whenever they are at
the school. In your final year you will have your own exhibition
(solo or together with some of your class mates) as well as a
common graduate exhibition.
Here you'll find more information
about us and here's all about us at the Arts