The bachelor's degree in Fine Arts provides training in artistic practice and thought, taking into account both the specificity of the different disciplines and the transdisciplinary reality of contemporary art. The degree offers quality face-to-face teaching and has an excellent reputation in research.
The bachelor's degree in Fine Arts aims to train art professionals in the fields of the creation, production, dissemination and research of both art and the creative process. Students have access to workshops and technological labs that are fully equipped to meet their creative and experimental needs. It provides the skills for artistic creation across audio-visual art, drawing and painting, sculpture, photography and engraving and in any other emerging multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary creative process. It also prepares students to pursue careers in museum and cultural management of art; advice and consultancy on visual art and culture; art teaching in relation to official education, educational and research departments of museums and any other art-related training.