Those looking to get involved in the fine arts, in the study of literature and philosophy, or to try other creative roles like designing fashion or culinary arts, will be most likely to find the program of their interest in the Arts category.
Bachelor's Degree in Art Studies in Sweden
10 Results in Art Studies, Sweden
The bachelor’s program in Wood-Oriented Furniture Design offers you the chance to gain deep knowledge of material, techniques, and design methodology. As a student of the prog ... +
The Bachelor of Fine Arts programme at Malmö Art Academy provides preparation for an international career. We take your own artistic work as the starting point in teaching the ... +
The Bachelor programme in Circus at DOCH uses the skills and the artistic traditions as a foundation on which to build high level technical and artistic competences in new pra ... +
The bachelor’s programme in Metal Art allows you to develop your artistic expression and craftsmanship as you explore the possibilities of metal as an artistic material in a u ... +
In the education you get to develop photographic methods, practices and knowledge of the photographic field. After completing your studies, you should be able to work independ ... +
During the training, you will develop a contextual, conceptual and practical understanding of your art. After completing your education, you should be able to work in a number ... +
The bachelor's program in arts and crafts is based on materials, technology and artistic processes. Based on your chosen specialization in ceramic art, you examine the materia ... +
The bachelor's program in arts and crafts is based on materials, technology and artistic processes. Based on your chosen specialization in textile art, you develop practical s ... +
The program is aimed at those who want to explore textiles and their possibilities of expression and work creatively in relation to body and space. The stage is one of those r ... +
The dance profession is developing and changing. At DOCH we see this as a challenge and a stimulus to promote the flexibility needed for a contemporary dance program.