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Meedia- ja reklaamikunsti osakond

State examinations’ results are not required. Those who have a vocational secondary education, but have not taken state examinations, can also apply.

Admission timeline in 2017:

  • Online registration – March 22 until June 25 (for the Department of Media and Advertisement Design until 5 p.m. on June 15)-  for Estonian citizens in Admission Information System www.sais.ee / non Estonian citizens must contact TAC Academic Affairs Office, see also application information here.
  • Consultations for the entrance examinations – March 22.
  • Candidates for the Department of Media and Advertisement Design can submit their portfolio at the Tartu Art College library from June 1 until June 15 2017 at 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or send it by mail (deadline for arrival June 15). Portfolios that have not arrived by the deadline are not evaluated!
  • Speciality examinations – on June 26 – June 27.
  • Vacancies are filled on the basis of the ranking

 

Brief descriptions of the entrance examinations:

Photography

Speciality examination (maximum 30 points)

- Composition I
A creative task on the specifics of photographic image combinations. Participants receive a written task and create a composition based on the task.
- Composition II
A quick creative task on the specifics of verbal and visual thinking. Participants receive an oral task and perform the task based on the task.
- Photographing
Photographing in the given circumstances and in limited time and space. Participants receive the necessary equipment during the examination.

Motivation examination (maximum 10 points)

Motivation examination includes an oral conversation, which is used to assess the candidate's motivation and qualifications for studying in the selected curriculum, the candidate's self-assessment skills, creativity, and their open-mindedness.

 

Paintings and conservation

Speciality examination (maximum 30 points)

- Drawing examination. Portrait.
- Painting examination. Colour-centred composition on the basis of a given installation.
- Creative task on general art composition. Participants receive a written task with specific conditions and they have to create a composition according to them, using a collage technique.

Motivation examination (maximum 10 points)

Motivation examination includes an oral conversation, which is used to assess the candidate's motivation and qualifications for studying in the selected curriculum, the candidate's self-assessment skills, creativity, and their open-mindedness. Participants can take along visual materials that demonstrate their creations.

 

Media and Advertisement Design

Speciality examination (maximum 30 points)

- Portfolio
A candidate prepares a folder (A3 format, 9–18 pages, wholly designed and bound), which includes the author's best works that demonstrate their design skills and abilities, and their progress and achievements in one or more areas. See the requirements for the portfolio: Portfolio

Submitting a portfolio:
Candidates for the Department of Media and Advertisement Design can submit their portfolio at the Tartu Art College library from June 1 until June 15 2017 at 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or send it by post (deadline for arrival June 15). Portfolios that have not arrived by the deadline are not evaluated!
- Composition I
A creative task on the specifics of media and advertisement design. Participants receive a written task and create a two-dimensional composition based on the task.
- Composition II
A short creative task on the specifics of media and advertisement design. Participants receive a written task and execute it based on the requirements.
Motivation examination (maximum 10 points)

Motivation examination includes an oral conversation, which is used to assess the candidate's motivation and qualifications for studying in the selected curriculum, the candidate's self-assessment skills, creativity, and their open-mindedness. The conservation is based on the submitted portfolio.

 

Furniture design and restoration

Speciality examination (maximum 30 points)

- Composition I
A two-dimensional composition, which is designed to assess the candidate's creativity, and their perception of colours and composition. Participants receive a written task and execute it based on the requirements.
- Composition II
A three-dimensional creative task, which is designed to evaluate the candidate's spatial thinking, creativity, and written expression skills. Participants receive a written task and execute it based on the requirements.

Motivation examination (maximum 10 points)

Motivation examination includes an oral conversation, which is used to assess the candidate's motivation and qualifications for studying in the selected curriculum, the candidate's self-assessment skills, creativity, and their open-mindedness. Participants can take along visual materials that demonstrate their creations.

 

Leather design and restauration

Speciality examination (maximum 30 points)

- Composition I
A creative task on the specifics of leather design. Participants receive a written task and create two two-dimensional compositions based on the requirements.
- Composition II
A task on three-dimensional compositions. Participants receive a written task and execute it based on the requirements.

Motivation examination (maximum 10 points)

Motivation examination includes an oral conversation, which is used to assess the candidate's motivation and qualifications for studying in the selected curriculum, the candidate's self-assessment skills, creativity, and their open-mindedness Participants can take along visual materials that demonstrate their creations.

 

Sculpture

Speciality examination (maximum 30 points)

- Creative task I
A creative task on the specifics of three-dimensional art. Participants receive a written task and create a sketch of a composition and its context on paper based on the task.
- Creative task II
A creative task on modelling. Materials and instruments are provided to the candidates on-site.

Motivation examination (maximum 10 points)

Motivation examination includes an oral conversation, which is used to assess the candidate's motivation and qualifications for studying in the selected curriculum, the candidate's self-assessment skills, creativity, and their open-mindedness. Participants can take along materials that demonstrate their creations.

 

Textile

Speciality examination (maximum 30 points)

- Composition I
A creative task on the specifics of textile/fashion. Participants receive a written task and create a two-dimensional composition based on the task.
- Composition II
A short creative task on the specifics of textile/fashion. Participants receive a written task and execute it based on the requirements.

Motivation examination (maximum 10 points)

Includes an oral conversation and filling out a written questionnaire that are used to assess the candidate's motivation and qualifications for studying in the selected curriculum, the candidate's self-assessment skills, creativity, and their open-mindedness. Participants can take along visual materials or examples of their work that demonstrate their creations.

 

Required language level

Official teaching language at Tartu Art College is Estonian. Therefore foreign full time students are asked to take an Estonian language year before starting their studies at Tartu Art College. This gives the students an opportunity to acquire a B1 or B2 level in Estonian lanugage so they would be able to understand and communicate indipendantly at our college.

 

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