M.A. in Product Design and Applied Art (Porcelain, Ceramics and Glass)

Master’s course, Prof. Hubert Kittel
Telephone +49 (0)345 7751-820/ 821, kittel(at)  burg-halle.  de

Application dates

The closing date for applications for the master’s course in Product Design and Applied Art (Porcelain, Ceramics and Glass)
is 15 May for the following winter semester

Online registration for application for master’s course

Further information with link for online registration

Location

Design Campus, ‘Lehrklassengebäude’
Neuwerk 7, 06108 Halle

Contact

Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle
Office for Student and Academic Affairs

P.O. Box 200252
06003 Halle/Saale
Germany

Telephone +49 (0)345 7751-532
Fax +49 (0)345 7751-517

Email: porcelainceramicsglass(at)  burg-halle.  de

Bachelor’s discipline

Ceramic/Glass Design B.A.

Product Design and Applied Art (Porcelain, Ceramics, Glass) (M.A.)

The educational profile of the master’s course in Product Design and Applied Art (Porcelain, Ceramics and Glass) combines the skills of conventional product design with innovative strategies and the techniques of studio design and applied art – in other words: “Working like a craftsman – thinking like a designer”.

The focus of the course of study is the refining of materials-related design and presentation skills, with an emphasis on fine ceramic materials – mainly porcelain – and also on glass. In addition, master’s students are encouraged to develop intelligent product concepts using other relevant materials – in contexts such as tabletop, interiors or regional design, for example.

The course elements offered in the master's course are supported by a network of high-calibre practical partnerships (porcelain, ceramic and glass companies and studios) and by an equally comprehensive network of partnerships with international universities. At the Design Campus at Burg Giebichenstein, master’s students can work in an inspiring, interdisciplinary ‘microcosmos’ with a range of design disciplines with the associated workshops and labs. This course has a modular structure and is project-oriented, and it also allows students to formulate their own study goals. The aim here is to encourage the deliberate development of independent standpoints for design work in the future and of suitable start-up strategies.