Bachelor of Arts FHZ in Fine Arts / Bachelor of Arts FHZ in Art and Design Education with a Specialisation in Fine Arts
Graduates with a Bachelor’s in Art and Design Education are equipped to pursue a career as a freelance artist, either solo or in a collective, or to work in museums and other cultural institutions, or to take a Master of Arts in Fine Arts. In the latter case, the Major in Art Teaching (MAT) opens doors to teaching art to baccalaureate (GCSE “A”) level while for those who take the Major Art in Public Spheres (MAPS), the focus is on artistic projects and interventions in public space.
For details, see Admission Requirements in the section Admission Procedure and Admission Requirements.
24-hour open day
The admissions procedure is a 24-hour open day, when applicants themselves determine what they want to present. Be it an exhibition, a reading, a round table, a concert, a performance, an intervention, a film screening, a cooking group, a city walk or even a classic portfolio review, the motto on this day is: anything goes.
If the date of the admission day does not fit you, we would like to invite you to an individual work presentation.
The next 24-hour open day will take place in spring 2020, the date will be announced here in time.
Applicants for the BA in Fine Arts may be accepted in certain cases also on grounds of their portfolio (“sur dossier” procedure).
Applicants for the BA in Art and Design Education with a Specialisation in Fine Arts require either a baccalaureate (GCSE “A”) level or a vocational baccalaureate followed pre-admission course.
The date for the academic year 2020/21 will be announced soon. The 24-hour open day will take place in spring 2020.
Academic year 2019/20: 16 September 2019
Autumn semester 2019:
16 September 2019 to 14 February 2020
Spring semester 2020:
17 February 2020 to 10 July 2020
Academic Calendar 2018/2019
Academic Calendar 2019/2020