Subject-speciﬁc admission requirements
In addition to the general qualiﬁcation for university entrance and demonstration of artistic suitability, the following subject-speciﬁc admission requirements have to be fulﬁlled for the Interior Architecture course: Six-month pre-university practical experience period in construction or furniture joinery, shopﬁtting or construction craft trades (construction ﬁnishing trades). If vocational training has been completed, the following areas will be recognised as a pre-university practical experience period: furniture joinery, construction and furniture joinery, construction craft trades (construction ﬁnishing trades in particular), shopﬁtting. At least three months must have been completed by the start of the course; the remainder can be completed in the ﬁrst year of study in the period where no lectures take place. Upon request, the IA Examining Board will decide upon recognition of and credit for other practical experience. Exceptions: The general qualiﬁcation for university entrance can be waived in cases of exceptional talent combined with professional experience.
Study Information Day
The university holds a Study Information Day in January every year for applicants. General information on the university is provided, and the various disciplines showcase themselves. You will be able to talk to students and to assistants. The precise date is announced on our website by mid-December at the latest.
The traditional summer festival, which includes the annual exhibition, is held every year in July at Burg Giebichenstein. The university opens up its studios, seminar facilities and workshops to all who are curious about the fresh ideas, objects and pieces of art that have been created in the various art and design disciplines at the state of Saxony-Anhalt's art university. You are cordially invited to come along!
University presentation at your school or training institute
Our students and teaching staff can also make a presentation at your facilities as part of a study project. Encourage your teacher or trainees to attend such an event: We will be happy to come to you if you can convince at least 15 interested persons to attend and you can reserve 60 minutes for our presentation in a room that can be darkened. Simply get in touch with us to arrange a suitable time and time and date: BA_IA(at)burg-halle.de
Contact person at the university
Ofﬁce for Student and Academic Affairs
Frau Monika Müller
T +49 (0)345 7751 532
F +49 (0)345 7751 517
Information for course applicants
Contact person, B.A. in Interior Architecture
Prof. Klaus Michel
Telephone +49(0)345 7751-853, BA_IA(at)burg-halle.de