International Relations Office deals both with exchange studies (Erasmus+ Programme and over EU Bilateral Agreements) and study programmes in English.

Pl. Polski 3/4, 50-156 Wrocław, Poland
Tel: (0048 71) 343 80 31 ext.232
Fax: (0048 71) 34 443 67

dr Beata Ludwiczak - Coordinator for Erasmus+ Programme and International Relations

mgr Anna Trzuskolas - Specialist for International Affairs, contact person for Erasmus+ exchange

STUDY IN ENGLISH – contact regarding MFA, PhD, postrgaduate studies in English:

The Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław is a higher education institution which was established in 1946. The Academy provides instruction at four Faculties: Painting and Sculpture, Ceramics and Glass, Graphic Arts, and Interior Architecture and Design, to about 1 000 students. The students can select one of the six majors: painting, sculpture, graphics, design, interior architecture and media art on full-time five-year MFA or part-time two-tier BFA and MFA courses.

The Academy of Fine Arts can boast remarkable artistic achievements, and its professors and graduates win awards and honorary mentions in a lot of exhibitions and competitions in Poland and abroad.

During the sixty years of its existence the Academy in Wrocław has become a significant cultural and opinion-making centre. It organizes cyclical competitions which promote high quality of artistic creativity, eg. the International Eugeniusz Geppert Drawing Competition or the National Exhibition of Young Painters.

The Academy publishes a quarterly "Format", one of the best Polish art magazines, and "Dyskurs", containing theoretical and critical texts on arts.

The Academy of Art and Design is actively developing its international relations. It facilitates the exchange of students and tutors with more than 40 partners within the EU Erasmus Programme, and also with non-European partners on the basis of bilateral agreements (USA, Japan, Israel, Canada, Korea). There are joint exhibitions and workshops organized, students and professors participate in national and international open days and festivals. The Academy continuously strives to broaden its didactic and artistic offerings. This we hope will benefit not only our Academy but also the City of Wrocław and Poland.