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Masters programme in Free art
(120 ECTS credits)
The MFA programme at the Royal Institute of Art focuses on the development of an independent and reflexive artistic work capable of critically engaging in the production of art within an international context. Artists on the programme gain decisiveness in their practice based on the broadest conditions available for experimentation, knowledge production and artistic research.
|Requirements:||BFA or equivalent knowledge|
|Application deadline:||The application for the academic year 2019-2020 has passed.|
|Programme Length:||2 academic years|
|Teaching Language:||All compulsory components are in English, some optional courses and lectures are offered in Swedish|
The course of study in the MFA programme is flexible and, to a great extent, designed by the students themselves in dialogue with their supervising professor. Studies are arranged according to the individualised needs of the student’s own artistic practice. Each student has a supervising professor who provides individual as well as group instruction and guidance. The professor-led group involves presentations of one’s own and others work, collective discussions, as well as other artistically based activities.
Exhibition making is an integral part of the education and all students participate in a group exhibition at the end of the second year Students also have a solo show in Galleri Mejan of in which they present their Degree project, which includes the writing of a Masters Essay.
The MFA programme has an international orientation. Students are in continuous interaction with international faculty, guest teachers and lecturers throughout the course of their studies. International collaboration is highly valued in RIA a nd we encourage our students to participate in exchange programs abroad with our partner institutions.
Entry requirement and selection
To be admitted onto the programme you need to have completed a Bachelor’s degree in fine arts (180 ECTS credits) or demonstrate equivalent knowledge. The selection is made by an admission board consisting of supervising professors in fine arts, an external board member, junior/senior lecturers, and students. For more information on this, visit www.studera.nu
Dispensation from the general entry requirement: KKH has the possibility to invoke dispensation if an applicant demonstrates qualifications that are sufficient for the education, without meeting the general entry requirement.
Selection: The selection is made by an admission board consisting of supervising professors in fine arts, an external board member, junior/senior lecturers and students. The admission is based on your work samples.
The admission is based on your work samples, an interview and your Artist Statement. Artist Statement.
Finance and Fees
Admission and tuition fees apply for students from countries outside the EU/EEA. The tuition fee at the Royal Institute of Art is 316 430 SEK per academic year and the admission fee is 900 SEK. The deadline for the admission fee is the same as the application deadline. international students who have been accepted to a study programme in Sweden must show financial means of support during study time to the immigration authorities in order to obtain a study visa. Info about Fees 2019
Syllabus for the master’s programme in Fine Arts
Course syllabus for the master’s programme in Free art
Application Info-Master 2019
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