The Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague was founded in 1885 as the School of Applied Arts. The school’s ideological principles were based on the concepts of the art theorist and prominent German architect of the 19th century, Gottfried Semper, who was looking for a synthesis of “artistic” and “technical”.
The main concept of studying is based on three principles: theory and philosophy of art, technical disciplines and artistic creativity in the studio.
The goal of the educational institution is to provide students with a comprehensive art education in the field of architecture, design, visual communication, free and applied arts.
Bachelor’s degree programs: Duration of study — 4 years