There is no compulsory attendance, but participation in classes is highly recommended.
The project and studio lectures take place from Monday afternoon to Wednesday evening. The language courses of the faculty as well as the lectures and specialised courses take place on Thursdays and Fridays.
Bachelor programme's timetable: the timetable is online and updated in real time. We recommend that you check it regularly so that you are always up to date (with the location and time of each course).
We inform the students by e-mail only if the changes occur at very short notice: e.g. in case of delay or illness of the lecturer on the same day of the lecture.
Master programme's timetable: the timetable (google calendar) is online and is managed and coordinated directly by Prof. Kris Krois. This calendar is also updated in real time.
Please regularly check the timetable online for the lessons that take place on Thursdays and Fridays (History of Design, Descriptive Geometry, Drawing 3D CAD)
WUP-students are divided into different groups for the project Warm-up and the practical courses like Geometry and Drawing 3D CAD.
Please regularly check the timetable online for the lessons that take place on Thursdays and Fridays (History of contemporary art 1, Artistic drawing 2D).
WUP-students are divided into two groups for the project Warm-up.
In order to gain access to the various workshops, you have got to follow the respective introductory courses to the workshops. You follow at least five technical courses in workshop of your choice over the course of the six semesters (introductory or specialisation courses).
You can choose from the following below.
Techniques and processing of metals
Techniques and plastics processing
CAD/CAM/CNC/CAQ, rapid prototyping, rapid production
Serigraphy - relief printing and pad printing techniques
Cutting and binding techniques
Surface treatment (wood staining, wax, oil, varnish, etc.)