The Royal Institute of Art offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and courses in Fine Arts as well as postgraduate courses in Architecture and Urban Studies.
in Fine Arts
The Five-Year programme fosters independent artistic work equipped to reflect on and expand the boundaries of contemporary art production. Students in …
in Fine Arts
The MFA programme at the Royal Institute of Art focuses on the development of an independent and reflexive artistic …
Studies in Fine Arts for
Visiting and Exchange Students
Students from schools that the RIA has an exchange agreement with can apply for an exchange period ranging from 3 months …
Critical Images is a one-year post master course, which aims to …
The Photographic Artist’s Book:
Dissemination in a Digital Landscape
The Photographic Artist’s Book’ is a one-year full-time postgraduate course primarily for professional practitioners in the fields of art and …
Project Studies for Professional Artists
Project studies in Fine Arts are part of the RIA’s selection of courses on the advanced level. The course …
These are the elective internal courses for students admitted to the Royal Institute of Art. Course Catalogue VT18 SV EN
‘Architectural Conservation’ is a year-long post-master course that explores how existing architecture in historic environments can be developed and used as a resource, a possibility, and a tool for change. Various methods of inventory are utilized to analyse the context and as basis for the generation of sustainable proposals, which can result in something new, added, or something old that is restored. The course gives qualified, cutting-edge competence to professionals in the field of architectural restoration. A comprehensive view of the complex issues concerning architectural restoration is discussed in historical, contemporary and future contexts, with focus on both national and international issues.
Architectural Theory and History
‘Research-Lab’ is primarily designed for practitioners within the fields of architecture, design and the arts and who are interested in pursuing theory and practice based individual projects with a critical focus on urban and material culture. There are two components to the course: the first comprises regular lectures, group sessions and individual consultations with the professor designed to help advance each students’ individual research project. The second comprises a series of collective workshops designed to test concepts developed for institutional settings and public environments: this year the R-Lab institutional partner is Färgfabriken.
The course is intended for those with studies or experiences in architecture, art, urban research, postcolonial theory or activism …