The Academy Of Fine Arts In Poznań

The Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań, founded in 1919, throughout decades of continuous development became one of the best fine arts academies in Poland.

The Academy aims to guarantee the best quality study opportunity for young artists through the work of professors, lecturers and administration members, knowing that contemporary art is described by cultural heritage of mankind.

http://www.asp.poznan.pl/eng/index_e.html

Poznań

Poland

Address:
Al. Marcinkowskiego 29
60-967
Phone: +48 0618552521 ext. 370
Fax: +48 0618528091
Website: http://www.asp.poznan.pl/


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Sample Student Art Work (10)

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Location and Getting there

Academy of Fine Arts, Poznan
Al. Marcinkowskiego 29
60-967 Poznań
Poland
 


Department and information about the department

The Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań offers a wide range of specialty full-time, part-time and external, Master's, Bachelor's and Postgraduate courses, among others: Easel-Painting, Painting in Architecture, Tapestry Design, Graphic Arts Techniques, Visual Communications Design, Fashion Design, Small Sculpture Forms, Interior Design, Exhibition Design, Furniture Design, Industrial Design, Architecture and Town Planning, Landscape Architecture, Photography, Animation, Intermedia, Art Promotion and Criticism, Fine Arts Pedagogy run at: Painting, Graphic Arts, Sculpture, Architecture and Design, Multimedia Communications and Art Education faculties.

Faculty of Painting:
Full-time Master's studies in the fields of:
- Easel Painting,
- Painting in Architecture,
- Tapestry Design.
Part-time Master's studies in the fields of:
- Easel Painting,
- Graphic Arts.

Faculty of Sculpture and Performing Arts:
Full-time Mater's studies in the fields of:
- Small Sculpture Forms,

Faculty of Graphic Arts:
Full-time Master's studies in the field of:
- Graphic Arts Techniques.
Full-time Master's studies in the field of:
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Academic Staff and Description

http://www.asp.poznan.pl/eng/teachers.html  


Information For  International Students

Foreigners seeking admission to Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań must meet the requirements laid down by Polish law and the Academy's regulations.

They comprise of the following:
- applicants must hold a legalized diploma or other document confirming completion of a school abroad, entitling them to undertake master's or vocational studies in the country where it was issued; the diploma must be recognized under separate regulations as equivalent to the Polish General Certificate of Secondary Education,
- submitting an application for enrolment addressed to the Rector of Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań,
- submitting an application form including curriculum vitae and a completed questionnaire,
- submitting a medical certificate confirming the applicant's physical condition is adequate for studying in a given major,
- proof of completion of a preparatory course as designated by the Ministry of Education or confirmation from course providers or confirmation issued by the Academy of Fine Arts that the applicant's background and Polish language ability
are sufficient to study in Poland,
- copy of Passport or ID,
- f...  [ Read All ]


How To Apply

ADMISSION RULES
Foreigners may undertake, pursue studies and participate in research and training on the same terms as nose applicable to Polish citizens, provided that they meet one of the following requirements:
- have obtained a permit for residence in Poland;
- have been granted refugee status by the Republic of Poland;
- have been granted temporary protection in the Republic of Poland;
- are migrating employees with EU Member State or EFTA country citizenship,
provided that they are or were employed in Poland, or if they are family members of such migrating employees and live in the Republic of Poland;
- are citizens of an EU Member State or an EFTA country or members of their families, provided that they have funds necessary to cover the costs of living during studies; it should be noted that such persons are not entitled to maintenance grant. Other foreigners may undertake studies on conditions other than those applicable to Polish citizens, if they:
- have a legalized diploma or other document confirming completion of a school abroad, entitling them to undertake master's or vocational studies in the country where it...  [ Read All ]


Request a prospectus (Number, e-mail or follow link)

Marek Boruczkowski
boruczkowski@asp.poznan.pl
tel: +48 0618552521 ext. 370
fax: +48 0618528091