Help for art and design students from Ukraine

Art and design students from Ukraine are welcome at Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design. In order to build a creative bridge, we have enabled a fluent transition for refugee students. We are open to working out individual solutions together which are adapted to the respective situation of Ukrainian students and which allow them to continue their artistic and design work as quickly as possible. This is carried out in direct consultation with the responsible professors. The Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design welcomes the helpfulness, solidarity and participation of its students, teachers and staff.

Shortly after the start of the war in Ukraine, the Presidential Board decided to admit students from Ukraine to the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design in an unbureaucratic and simplified manner. (...)

New Students Application Procedure May 2022

Dear international applicants please note:

All international applicants have to register at Uniassist first to have their documents, diplomas and certificates checked before handing in their application documents to Muthesius directly.

The Uniassist platform is open from 25th February 2021 to 25th of April 2022 for the start of study in October 2022.

Further information on the next steps for your application at Muthesius Kunsthochschule are available on the website.

If you have any questions please use the listed contacts.


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Fine Arts and Ceramics

The study of Fine Art and Ceramics offers the possibility to learn and strengthen the special forms of expression of ceramics in the context of other artistic media. In doing so, ceramic materials (e.g. clay, porcelain and their surfaces) move so far into the foreground as to correspond to the creative intention. Studying Fine Arts and Ceramics begins with a two-year fundamental course in Fine Arts. Then, it is possible to intensify this knowledge in Fine Arts and Ceramics. The aim is to learn to realise one’s own artistic ideas as well as sensitisation for the different effects of ceramic materials. Experiencing the possible and attempting the impossible serves the maturation of an individual artistic signature and the development of an artistic concept. The studies qualify the graduates to work as freelance artists and to work in different creative professions.

Questions? Kerstin Abraham
T 0431 / 5198 – 421, E 
Michael Schöning
T 0431 / 5198 – 445, E