Modes of study:
Interior Design is the oldest degree programme of the University of the Arts Poznan – it has been operating for more than 90 years. It is currently a part of the Faculty of Interior and Stage Design. The programme provides comprehensive development of students’ skills. The core-curriculum consists of studios of interior or exhibition design selected by students and supplementary studios representing other design-related disciplines. The curriculum is complemented by specific theoretical knowledge. Moreover, students attend studios of drawing and other selected art studios, as well as humanities courses. The teaching process is aimed at preparing students for carrying out individual and group projects.
Our graduates are responsible, professionally aware designers that represent a critical and creative approach to architecture and exhibition design. They know how to preserve what is worth preserving but they also actively search for new solutions.
Throughout BA studies, emphasis is put on mostly on the comprehensive, professional preparation for the profession of interior and exhibition designer.
MA studies allow a further development of students’ independent creative identities. This process results in modern, original and individual creations performed in various architectural spaces.
Types of courses:
Students of Interior Design can select their main studio and two supplementary studios from a wide range of studios offered by the Faculty. Each studio has an individual and diverse curriculum. Students can also obtain new skills by attending other studios of fine arts that operate at other Faculties of UAP.
Apart from the development of artistic and design skills, students attend design-related theoretical courses and specialized courses in design software.