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Further Education in Architecture and Fine Art

The Royal Institute of Art’s courses at advanced level are based on architecture and fine art and are an important part of lifelong learning.

The courses are aimed at active architects, artists and other cultural workers who are interested in immersing themselves in current issues in art and architecture. 
The courses are based on research-based practical explorations of different topics and ideas.

Many of the courses operate at the intersection of architecture, art, social practices and urban issues. They investigate decolonial practices, the possibilities of public space, the role of heritage, the potential of community centres and the affects of space, among others.

In the academic year 2024-2025, the Department of Research and Further Education will be based at Hägerstensåsens Medborgarhus. This while the Royal Institute of Art’s premises on Skeppsholmen are being renovated. At Hägerstensåsens Medborgarhus, the department has access to classrooms, meeting rooms, a café and several workshops.

Some of the courses will also be taught elsewhere, for example the courses Restaureringskonst (Architectural Conservation) and Ombyggnadskultur (Reconstruction Culture) will have their main base in Malmö. More information can be found under each course.

Next application period opens in March 2025. Applications are made via an application link that can be found under each course page during the application period.

See current courses below.


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