The course

Graphics discipline within the Painting/Graphics ‘Diplom’ degree course

Focuses of this course of study

The primary focus is on drawing in all its guises, whether traditional or experimental. As with painting, advanced and multi-disciplinary elements with other areas are both possible and desired here. The educational aim is the ability to work professionally with traditional graphic and printing techniques (etching, wood-cutting, lithography, copper engraving, offset and silkscreen printing). Artistic foundation course and subject-specific project work during main study period.

Prerequisites

General qualification for university entrance, and artistic suitability. No specialist prior technical and craft skills are required. Exceptions: The general qualification for university entrance can be waived in cases of exceptional talent combined with professional experience.

Degree

‘Diplom’ degree in Fine Arts

Start of course

Winter semester, first-semester students: 2-6

Standard duration of course

Foundation course: 4 semesters
Main study period: 6 semesters including ‘Diplom’ thesis‘Diplom’ thesis:
Written thesis and practical work, ‘Diplom’ colloquium

Fees

There are no university fees

University and examination regulations

Link to relevant regulations (available only in German)

Postgraduate courses

Fine Art
‘Meisterschüler (Master Student)’ course of study