Why study at the Sutnar Faculty?
We appreciate everyone who has a talent and is willing to work on it.
The Faculty offers an international environment. Its students come from various parts of the Czech Republic and a quarter of them from other countries in and outside Europe. Every student can go on an international exchange programme. The Sutnar Faculty has a lot of international partners.
The school has state-of-the-art equipment and provides generous financial support for student projects.
Choose one of our 22 studios!
Bachelor´s Degree Guidebook
The study is conducted in the Czech language and takes four years. It is possible to study free of charge for five years. The faculty has a credit system and holds an ECTS certificate. This makes it easier for graduates to have their study recognised abroad. The study requires full-time attendance, so we cannot do without your presence. An English language test, which is as difficult as a high school-leaving examination, is required within the study. Every semester, students take a final exam. The bachelor´s work is practical. After its defence, students take a theoretical exam.
Within the study, interdisciplinary projects are solved on the university or faculty basis. The studies are divided into programmes with specialisations, or in studios – as they are called in art schools. The faculty offers four programmes, which are organised as follows:
Audiovisual Art: Animation Art, Photography, Interactive Design, Media Illustration, Multimedia
Design and Applied Arts: Furniture and Interior Design, Fashion Design, Ceramic Design, Product Design, Environmental Design for Architecture, Design Modelling, Industrial Design
Graphic Design and Illustration: Didactic Illustration, Graphic Design and Digital Media, Graphic Design and Visual Communication, Comics and Illustration for Children, Book Design and Paper Shaping
Fine Arts: Graphic Art, Metalworking and Jewellery, Painting, New Media, Sculpture and Space
The study is completed with the state final examination and defence of the bachelor's thesis.
In all the important areas, students are guided by the Study Department and the university’s International Office.