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Building of FAD open daily

During the period from 24 March 2023 until the defense of final projects in June 2023, the building of Faculty of Art and Design will be open daily, including weekends, from 8am to 10pm.

Barrande Fellowship Programme 2023

The French Institute in Prague and the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MSMT) are happy to announce the new launch of the Barrande Fellowship Programme for 2023, the exchange mobility programme for Ph.D. students between the Czech Republic and France.

Opencall / Talente – Master of the Future

Talente – Masters of the Future“ is an annual competition for new talent in the areas of design and technology. The focus of the competition is on work that shines through its formal and technical originality and technical perfection, and is ahead of its time. 

The start of teaching in winter semester 2022/2023 at FAD UJEP

Teaching in winter semester of the academic year 2022/2023 at FAD UJEP will start on Monday 26 September 2022. The timetable for winter semester will be published on the webpage of the faculty one week before the teaching starts. All deadlines and key dates of the academic year 2022/2023 are published on FAD Schedule

Декларація Академічного сенату FUD UJEP

Декларація Академічного сенату FUD UJEP і керівництва Факультету мистецтв та дизайну щодо актуальної ситуації на Україні

Academic Senate FAD UJEP and the Faculty of Art and Design UJEP management statement on current situation in Ukraine

Заявление Академического сената FUD UJEP и руководства Факультета искусства и дизайна UJEP о текущей ситуации в Украине

Open call for international PhD students

The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design (Wroclaw, Poland) announces an open call for a symposium for PhD students from art universities, which will run from 16 to 20 of May 2022. During the 5-days meeting, entitled Research Methods in Visual Arts, aims to share the experience of using research methods applied to an artist’s work.

STUDENT GRANT COMPETITION (SGC) ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STUDENTS OF THE DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAM – VISUAL COMMUNICATION FOR THE YEAR 2022

Faculty of Art and Design at J. E. Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem announces a faculty round of Student Grant Competition (SGC) for students of the doctoral study program Visual Communication for the year 2022. The recipients of one-year, two-year or three-year grants can be both, the students of doctoral study program and their lecturers – supervisors. Other doctoral students, students of master’s programs or other lecturers can be invited to participate in the project team.

The SGS Committee will give preference to those project applications whose project teams will ensure a significant output in the field of design, art or curatorial activities (applicable in the Register of Art Output) and at the same time will include a relevant output in the field of research (publication, article in professional journal with the potential of Register of Information on Results).

The Rector’s directive no. 5/2018 is published under the link, where the rules of SGS are specified. We remind that when creating the budget, the recipient must comply with the basic condition that more than 75 % of all personal costs go to students in the form of grants.

The final form of project applications for the year 2022 must be handed in twice in printed form to Mrs Zita Šauerová at the dean’s office of the faculty, door no. 232, and in online form to zita.sauerova@ujep.cz, by 17 January 2022The grant project application.

We recommend to consult the contain of the planned project with the Vice-Dean Mrs Zdena Kolečková and the administration requirements with the secretary Mrs Zita Šauerová in advance.

Creative Space Called FAD

We consider the Faculty of Art and Design, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem to be an art and design school respectful to the history of art, philosophy and science as traditional academic values ​​to be vigorously developed and framed into innovative artistic and theoretical views, while coping with current social and cultural challenges.

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