The purpose of the undergraduate study of the Jewellery course is to bridge the former gap in gaining knowledge from the field that deals specifically with jewellery, since there was no such study course in Slovenia so far. The purpose of the program is to provide appropriate knowledge and specific competencies in areas such as industrial. fashion and art jewellery. The aim of the study is to develop various types of jewellery, to understand all forms of jewellery in the narrow sense and of design in the broad sense, having a high level of theoreti-cal, experiential and professional knowledge, as well as acquiring planning methodology, business management, marketing in conjunc-tion with other sciences and humanities. The program combines theory and practice from the fields of design. art, technology and entrepre-neurship. The aim of the program is to educate the jewellery designers with a high level of knowledge of materials and techniques of jewellery making, who will be able to understand the demands of the market, both artistic, fashion and industrial, and at the same time have enough knowledge and competencies for the realization of their ideas in all of these areas.
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
Petra Kocjančič, Senior Lecturer
T: 059 235 004
High professional study program
All applicants must pass an entrance exam for design studies before enrolling in the Faculty of Design.
PART – TIME STUDY
Candidates for part – time enrollment must meet all of the above enrollment requirements. The tuition fee will be determined in accordance with the valid price list
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