Bachelor of Visual Arts is a Three-Years undergraduate Fine Arts programme. The Bachelor of Visual Arts is a three-year full-time degree in which students major in any one of the disciplines offered by the School’s Workshops. Bachelor of Arts (BVA) in Visual Arts offer unique opportunities to investigate an array of courses in art history, animation, interactive forms, film, graphic design, photography, video, print media and foundation. The course is available in six disciplinary majors. You may choose to major in Painting, Photomedia, Screen Arts, Sculpture (including ceramics and glass), Printmedia or Jewellery and Object. You may also complete a second major in Critical Studies. Each major is underpinned by the teaching of rigorous theory and critical skills.
- Those who have passed their 10+2 or its equivalent exam from a recognised school board are eligible for it.