Programme code 

6211PX017

Qualification degree

Master of Arts

Level of qualification

University studies, Second cycle, graduate (Master's)

Mode of study

Full-time, 2 years, 120 credits

Aim

The main aim of VAA Kaunas faculty Applied Graphics Master's program is to develop applied graphics specialist and artist who is able to analyze, evaluate and interpret artistic phenomena and processes in a wide multicultural context.

Profile of study programme

Study program includes two main directions - the theoretical research and practice. Their mutual integration helps to develop a modern artist who is able professionally use undergraduate studies, well-developed technical skills and purification of individual creative ideas.
The study program are accepted with a bachelor's degree and meet other admission of VDA tender conditions. Applicants must provide a framework for the masters, they are based on the interview with the admission committee at the time.
Graphic artists with master's degree are able to clearly articulate individual creative motivation, self-move and discuss conceptual artistic ideas, visualize it. Technological aspects of the Master's less emphasis on postgraduate studies. Students are free to independently choose their immediate and specific techniques to realize their ideas.
For profession leading disciplines and degree work, there are more coordination, advises about ideas development, for example: exhibition organization discipline actualize the formation of conceptual thinking, choosing a means of expression and exhibition space, encourages personal responsibility, communication and event management skills that helps to start their own artistic way.

Occupational profiles of graduates

MA graduates can work in the spheres of artistic creation, visual communications, publishing, advertisement, pedagogy, and education, as well as organize and run a private applied graphics business.

Study programme coordinator and study organization department

Prof. Rolandas Rimkūnas
Kaunas faculty, Department of Applied Graphics

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