International master's programme

Master of Fine Art


Picture of students looking at an exhibition. Photo: Bruce Sampson

 

Welcome to study start 2017

Wednesday August 16

Attendance: The lawn behind the main building on Gløshaugen
Time: 09.15-11.00
Immatriculation Part I - Common to all students at NTNU in Trondheim

Time: 12:30
AD Faculty: Common to all the AD faculty master's degree students in Trondheim
Location: Tegnesal 320/ Sentralbygg 1/ Gløshaugen

14:15-14:30: SiT informs and presents
14:30-14:45: Student organisations inform and present themselves

About the programme

The MFA at Trondheim Academy of Fine Art (KiT) focus on studio work and corresponding theoretical practices. It emphasizes experimentation and multi-disciplinary approaches in the development of artistic projects. Students are offered the possibility to work within a wide range of media and theoretical fields.


Admission

Application deadline: February 1, 2017. Read the admission requirements.


Job prospects

There are no precise professional analogies inherent in the course of studies, since a career as an independent artist is inherently unconventional. Nevertheless the MFA degree  is essential for pursuing a career in academia or teaching at university level.


Programme components

The program runs over two years and consists of four semesters. Many elective courses are offered.


Contact information

Academic Administration:
Contact person: Bente Dragsnes
E-mail: adm@kit.ntnu.no

International Master program:
Contact person: David Rych
E-mail: david.rych@ntnu.no

Facts

Degree:
Master of Fine Art
Restricted admission:
Yes, entrance examination
Application deadline:
February 1, 2017
Faculty:
Faculty of Architecture and Design
Department: Trondheim Academy of Fine Art
Validity of information:
2016/17
Place of study: Trondheim, Solsiden