The course

Sculpture/Materiality and Space discipline within the Plastic Arts ‘Diplom’ degree course

Focuses of this course of study

The starting point of the artistic approach is working with metal while retaining a large degree of openness for other materials and media. The aim is to find out which approaches, materials and techniques correspond to the individual as a person and to the piece in question, and how the artist’s inner images can take shape. At the core of teaching is the acquisition of various techniques (welding, forgery, enamelling, girdlering, and an introduction to other sculpture techniques such as stucco, moulding, etc.), individual artistic guidance, observation of and reflection upon the work produced within the group, and joint observation and questioning of art as a whole


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.


‘Diplom’ degree in Fine Arts

Start of course

Winter semester, first-semester students per year: 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


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