Degree programmes in Polish

The study programmes below are delivered in Polish.  For admission procedures please refer to the Polish website.

  • design

    Faculty of Design

    Full-time: 3.5 years (first-cycle studies)
    Full-time: 2 years (second-cycle studies)
    Part-time: 2 years (second-cycle studies)

    Language of instruction: Polish

    Studies in the field of Design address issues related to product design, visual information systems design, visual identity, and statistical data visualization. These subjects are taken in the context of social and cultural needs, utility issues and related aesthetic and technical problems. The curriculum also includes an analysis of issues of perception and human behaviour, directing the learning process at mastering the skills of analysis, critical evaluation, inference, with particular emphasis on functionality and socio-cultural context.
    Studies in Industrial Design furthermore equip students with the knowledge and skills in the field of technical drawing, ergonomics and industrial technology basics and enable them to acquire experience in working with business partners. Industrial Design field has partnered with companies such as bathroom fittings manufacturing company ROCA, Zawiercie Glassworks or Komandor furniture manufacturing company.

  • graphic design

    Faculty of Design

    Full-time: 3.5 years (first-cycle studies)
    Full-time: 2 years (second-cycle studies)
    Part-time: 3.5 years (first-cycle studies)
    Part-time: 2 years (second-cycle studies)

    Language of instruction: Polish

    Studies in Graphic Design provide education in all areas necessary in the work of a modern graphic designer. The curriculum includes compulsory courses in the basics of typography, visual communication, animation, multimedia, editorial design, illustration, poster design, photography and others. There are also compulsory general subjects such as composition, drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture. The wide scope of the curriculum gives you the opportunity to learn the basics of marketing and programming. After completing compulsory basic program, students make individual choice by selecting the area of specialization: multimedia design or editorial design.

  • painting

    Faculty of Arts

    Full-time: 5 years (long-cycle studies)
    Part-time: 3.5 years (first-cycle studies)
    Part-time: 2 years (second-cycle studies)

    Language of instruction: Polish

    Studies in the field of Painting provide the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills in painting, drawing, sculpture and related disciplines. Compulsory subjects at the Basic Education Studio for the 1st and 2nd year students include: drawing, painting, composition, drawing and painting technology, design basics, computeraided design and electronic media, sculpture, and photography. The axis of the Painting Chair are thirteen author’s diploma studios, which specialize in painting, drawing, interdisciplinary actions, sculpture and scenography. The curriculum is created by professionally active artists and implemented individually based on the traditional values of painting and drawing workshop, as well as the crucial new developments and trends in contemporary art.

  • graphic art

    Faculty of Art

    Full-time: 5 years (long-cycle studies)
    Part-time: 3.5 years (first-cycle studies)
    Part-time: 2 years (second-cycle studies)

    Language of instruction: Polish

    Studies in the field of Graphic Art provide education in both the classical graphic techniques – relief printing, intaglio, lithography and screen printing, as well as contemporary digital technology (digital graphics and intermedia) and a number of areas that combine these techniques (such as book graphics and interdisciplinary studios). The curriculum includes a compulsory foundational course in each of the abovementioned techniques. At a further stage of study the student has the choice of specialization, creating graphic works at one of the diploma studios run by graphic artists of recognized artistic achievements. Additional compulsory subjects include: drawing, painting, composition, photography, sculpture, typography basics, graphic design and editorial graphics.

    The Graphic Art curriculum at ASP Katowice has been awarded the "outstanding" rate by the Polish Accreditation Committee.

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