study programme

Fine Arts

Original title in Czech: Výtvarná uměníFAVUAbbreviation: Acad. year: 2017/2018Level of course unit: Master's

Title awarded: MgA.

Level of qualification: Master's (2nd cycle)

Qualification awarded: MgA. in the field "Fine Arts"

Specific admission requirements

Applicants must hold a BA degree and sufficient skills and talent.

Profile of the programme

Professionally oriented.
MA students are able to submit, defend, and fulfill the master program which also includes a theoretical part. On the basis of skills in applying received information, students elaborate study topics and find other. The theoretical thesis results in these activies; the MA students usually incorporate their practical studio work into a broader context. Students who have not taken an English exam at a B1 (intermediate) level either at the FFA or at another college must attend this course and take the final exam during the MA cycle. Masters of arts enhance their knowledge of history and theory of art and of further disciplines, according to the needs of their own artistic work and studies. Apart from working in the faculty art departments, students take part in exchanges both abroad and in the Czech Republic and they are expected to be active on the art scene.

Key learning outcomes

Master course students extend their knowledge in art history and theory and related fields according to the needs of their independent atelier work and the needs of their studies.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples

Graduates of the MA program have a thorough knowledge of the history and contemporary trends of their own discipline, they are able to find and carry out their own artistic issues and are able to present them independently at exhibitions and other artistic venues. FFA MA graduates are able to present their own ideas and formal concepts. The graduates are profiled according to their studio specialization. MA graduates can work as freelance artists, designers, or artists cooperating with architects. They are able to complete public and private commissions. They can work as curators, organizers, or teachers. They are also ready to take up new creative positions in newly developing technological disciplines. The graduates’ knowledge and practical skills are profiled according to their studio specialization

Access to further studies

The graduates may continue in a doctoral study programme.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

Graduation requirements

diploma thesis, final state examination

Mode of study

full-time study

Programme supervisor

ECTS departmental co-ordinator

Branches (course structure diagrams with ECTS credits)

Year Branch Course structure diagram with credits
no. Abbr. Title (specialisation) Com. Opt. Tot.
1APD (APD)Design471360
1AGD1 (AGD1)Design471360
1AGD2 (AGD2)Design471360
1AM3 (AM3)Fine Art471360
1AM1 (AM1)Fine Art471360
1AS1 (AS1)Fine Art471360
1AM2 (AM2)Fine Art471360
1AS2 (AS2)Fine Art471360
1AKG (AKG)Fine Art471360
1AFO (AFO)Intermedia and Digital Art471360
1AEN (AEN)Intermedia and Digital Art471360
1AIN (AIN)Intermedia and Digital Art471360
1AVI (AVI)Intermedia and Digital Art471360
1AMU (AMU)Intermedia and Digital Art471360
1ATD (ATD)Intermedia and Digital Art471360
1APE (APE)Intermedia and Digital Art471360
2APD (APD)Design53760
2AGD1 (AGD1)Design53760
2AGD2 (AGD2)Design53760
2AM3 (AM3)Fine Art53760
2AM1 (AM1)Fine Art53760
2AS1 (AS1)Fine Art53760
2AM2 (AM2)Fine Art53760
2AS2 (AS2)Fine Art53760
2AKG (AKG)Fine Art53760
2AFO (AFO)Intermedia and Digital Art53760
2AEN (AEN)Intermedia and Digital Art53760
2AIN (AIN)Intermedia and Digital Art53760
2AVI (AVI)Intermedia and Digital Art53760
2AMU (AMU)Intermedia and Digital Art53760
2ATD (ATD)Intermedia and Digital Art53760
2APE (APE)Intermedia and Digital Art53760