ADRIART.CE(EPUS) at Hungarian University of Fine Arts

 

ADRIART.CE(EPUS) at Hungarian University of Fine Arts

THE HUNGARIAN UNIVERSITY OF FINE ARTS, INTERMEDIA FACULTY IS ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHERS IN THE FRAME OF ADRIART.CE(EPUS) NETWORK FOR STUDY YEAR 2019/20

Intermedia faculty in Budapest accepts two short term students, two students for short term excursion and two teachers during winter semester of the academic year 2019/20.

APPLICATIONS FOR WINTER SEMESTER 2019/20 ARE NOW OPEN - DEADLINE JUNE 15!

Students of partnering institutions can join the Hungarian University of Fine Arts (MKE) in either the Mapping the Local or Site Specific Interventions courses. Graduate level students can apply for projects within the framework of the Transpraxis International Center for Art and Theory.  All three areas of study are interdisciplinary, research and praxis based. Participants in these classes are drawn from students at MKE as well as visiting students from the Erasmus+ program. 

The Fall semester at MKE begins in late September or the first week in October. For long term mobility we strongly recommend arrival at the beginning of the semester; planning and discussions regarding student projects are initiated at the beginning of the semester; for shorter visits we require advance notice of planned arrival and departure dates, brief description of study intentions and a CV or biography.

Applicants requiring further information should contact the MKE International Office (international@mke.hu) and visit the school website for a more complete picture of the MKE environment (http://www.mke.hu/en/node/32658).

Mapping the Local / Budapest

October 31 to November 14

The Hungarian University of Fine Arts in Budapest welcomes participation in the Mapping the Local intensive, interdisciplinary, seminar. Apply to join the seminar for dates between October 31 and November 14. The program will accept a maximum of eight students from ADRIART.CE schools.

 
Information on Mapping the Local
 
Deadline to apply by CEEPUS network ADRIART.CE CIII-SI-0816-07-1920
15th of June 2019