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2021-05-15 00:01:47

Studying art, design and music in Norway

Studying art, design and music in Norway

Education in art, design, music in Norway allows you to explore art forms that focus on the creation of works that use the visual medium, trying to convey emotion, ideas or information. Art covers three main areas:

  1. fine arts (painting, drawing, graphics, sculpture, architecture)
  2. decorative arts (tapestries, ceramics, mosaics, glass art, jewelry)
  3. contemporary art (art photography, art print, video). art, animation, graffiti art).
  4. Also, students study art history, graphic design, cultural studies.

Fine arts students explore the culture of visual expression, postmodernism, animation, art history, film, graphic design, photography, print media, and more.

Graduates from leading Norwegian universities will gain the general skills to explore the artistic message expressed in visual language, as well as to perform functional or aesthetic creations using a variety of basic materials and methods. They will gain knowledge of design techniques, master the use of color, and understand composition theory.

Career opportunities for fine arts graduates in Norway include a wide range of professions:

  • Designer
  • Photographer
  • Visagiste
  • Draftsman
  • Artisan artist
  • Exhibition designer
  • Glass blower
  • Graphic Designer
  • Illustrator.

Norwegian educational institutions offer study of music or musicology. A bachelor's or master's degree in music is very difficult, aimed at mastering a certain musical instrument, mastering composition, conducting, orchestra, knowledge of the history of music. The study of music includes many disciplines:

  • ethnomusicology
  • historical musicology
  • music theory
  • musical analysis
  • musical composition
  • music criticism.

Music students will acquire skills such as creativity, the ability to work independently, and become more responsible, organized people. By studying music, students will be able to express themselves in front of a wide audience, be understood, choose a repertoire that is suitable for specific conditions of performance.

The wide range of possible careers for music graduates includes:

  • musicians
  • music teachers
  • composers
  • music therapists
  • sound technicians
  • radio producers
  • broadcasting professionals
  • broadcasting engineers
  • representatives of the executor
  • agents, artist managers.

Norway offers a unique student experience, Norwegian higher education institutions welcome applications from qualified students from all over the world. Internationalization is a priority in all sectors of the Norwegian education system.

With a wide range of high quality courses and great flexibility, Norwegian educational institutions are an ideal place to study. From professional subjects to graduate school, there are many opportunities for both exchange students and students seeking a degree to pursue their ambitions.

An informal atmosphere reigns in Norwegian universities and university colleges, where teachers are easy to find, and lessons are held in small groups, in exciting research projects coordinated by professors. The open door policy of Norwegian educational institutions allows students to interact closely with professors. An important part of Norwegian education is the development of critical thinking skills, it is often referred to as an important asset of Norwegian education, one of the best learning experiences in Norway.

In most cases, Master's programs offered at Norwegian universities last more than 2 years. This allows students to work on a dissertation throughout the year, to explore their area of study deeper. A number of programs are taught in English, the high level of English proficiency in the community as a whole makes it easy to study and live in Norway.

Most of the Norwegian higher education institutions are funded by the state, in many universities foreign students do not pay tuition fees. But it is important to keep in mind that Norway is a high-cost country, international students must be prepared to cover the high living costs. Norway is a modern society, equality is a value deeply rooted in tradition. On campus, students enjoy high technological standards, services, modern facilities, equipment, and innovative teaching.

Studying here allows you to combine study with exciting outdoor activities, both in winter and in summer. You can see the Northern Lights, admire the midnight sun, fjords and mountains, skiing, rafting or mountain climbing.

In Norway, all applications for undergraduate and graduate programs taught in English are processed by the educational institutions themselves. This means that academic, language requirements may differ from one institution to another, even from programs of study at the same institution. For courses with Norwegian as the language of instruction, knowledge of the Norwegian language is required, which must be documented.

Studying art, design, music in the best universities in Norway

  • For decades, Noroff GALILEO has trained digital researchers, photographers, film producers, 3D animators, graphic designers, digital marketers, game designers, system administrators, music producers. Noroff GALILEO offers practical design education, teaches students to work creatively with visual communication, how to become a graphic designer, work with strategic design, illustration, photography, web design, animation. The university will allow you to study the production of audio, music in a professional studio, gain extensive practical experience with high-quality equipment, and acquire the skills required in a dynamically developing industry.
  • The Department of Fine Arts of the Bergen Academy of Art and Design offers extensive international expertise in 8 main areas. The Design Department offers research in interior design, spatial design / interior architecture, visual communications.
  • The Master's program in Fine Arts, offered at the University of Bergen, provides students with artistic, methodological, theoretical tools to work in the field of contemporary art, designed to stimulate students' deeper understanding of art, contemporary culture.
  • The UIT of the Arctic University of Norway offers a two-year master's course that aims to provide students with a unique foundation for their future advancement in research, theory, professional art practice.
  • The Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts (KiT ) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) offers a master's degree that specializes in studio work that is relevant to theoretical practice.
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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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