Studies

The specialised subjects in the BA curriculum are divided into to main areas: bookbinding and accessory design. The latter includes bag design, as well as footwear, headwear and glove design. Between the two main specialisations there is also room for studying various form and material technologies, for problem-solving design assignments, various theoretical courses, electives and practical training. 
The two-year MA programme includes subjects related to general theory and the speciality, elective projects and optional projects, specialised practical training and individually supervised master’s theses. Cooperation with businesses and the other departments at the Academy play an important role in the curriculum. 

WHAT SKILLS WILL I ACQUIRE?
• The skill to solve design problems in the field of study 
• The skill to present and implement ideas 
• The skill to cooperate with specialists in one’s field as well as other fields of activity 
• Specialised theoretical knowledge and practical skills 

WHAT JOBS WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER I GRADUATE?
• Entrepreneur 
• Artist/designer in a specialised business 
• Freelance artist/designer 
• Art teacher/faculty member 
• Museum employee/gallerist 

CURRICULUM
The specialised subjects in the BA curriculum are divided into two main areas: bookbinding and accessory design. The latter includes bag design, as well as footwear, headwear and glove design. Between the two main specialisations there is also room for studying various form and material technologies, for problem-solving design assignments, various theoretical courses, electives and practical training. 
The two-year MA programme includes subjects related to general theory and the speciality, elective projects and optional projects, specialised practical training and individually supervised master’s theses. Cooperation with businesses and the other departments at the Academy play an important role in the curriculum.