There’s no better way to learn about art than by making it.
In this Bachelor of Fine arts degree, you’ll learn the value of
technique and technology. This degree will provide you with the
capacity, the confidence and the tools to understand and interpret
the world around you through art.
You’ll be immersed in your art practice in studios, where you’ll
learn to use your skills to open new ways of thinking, new
approaches and new conversations in art and the global community.
While you will have the opportunity to choose a major to study,
you’ll have the opportunity and be encouraged to supplement your
studio practice learning by using other art mediums allowing you to
grow and thrive.
Studio courses are taught by high-profile practising artists who
exhibit locally and internationally, so you can connect with what’s
happening in the art world. Practical work is also complemented by
studies in the history and theory of art, and in the professional
skills you’ll need to succeed in the arts and creative industries.
The programme is structured into the following studio areas:
- Painting (Expanded Studio Practice)
- Ceramics (Object Based Practice)
- Photography (Print Imaging Practice)
- Sculpture(Sculpture, Sound and Spatial Practice)
Applicants choose one of the studios in which to work, with
supplementary studio studies in Programme Courses and academic
studies in Art History and Theory and University Elective.
Consideration for entry into the program is based on submission of a
portfolio assessment, successful interview, and meeting the
following minimum entry requirements:
Minimum 15 points from best 5 subjects including 3 core subjects in
the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) (points
calculated on level achieved, with a minimum Level 2 for all
Minimum of 'D' grade average for best 3 subjects in the Hong Kong
Advanced Level Examination (HKALE); or
Equivalent senior high school results recognized by the RMIT
Diploma in Fine Art or Higher Diploma in Fine Art from Hong Kong Art
Applicants who do not meet the above academic entry requirements
maybe admitted to the program as a mature-age applicant, provided
they have successfully met the portfolio and interview requirements.
The definition of a mature-aged student to entry into the degree is
someone twenty-one years of age or over on 1st January in the year
in which he/she proposed to commence the program.
IELTS: 6.5 (single no less than 6.0) or equivalent. Successful
completion of at least the equivalent of a two-year tertiary program
of at least Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) Level 5 within
the past five years, where English is the language of teaching and
assessment; or Successful completion within the past 12 months of
the final two years of secondary studies in an approved secondary
school where English is the language of teaching and assessment, and
an approved final-year English subject score equivalent to the
Victorian Certificate of Education English study score set by RMIT
University for entry to Bachelor degrees.
HKD93,220 per annum
Hong Kong Art School
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