Bachelor of Fine Arts BFA degree is designed to prepare students for careers in their preferred creative discipline or for succeeding in master programs. KU Art+Design’s curriculum highlights intensive studio practices, with foundation in basic techniques, followed by stages of innovation and critical learning, and culminating in the development of an independent visual idiom. Students earn a BFA degree in Graphic Communication or Studio Art after completion of 4-year, 8-semesters course with 139 credits.
1. To develop students creative abilities to produce original works of art and design.
2. To extend their knowledge and understanding of Nepalese Art and that of other civilizations.
3. To prepare them for professional careers and further training in Art and related subjects.
Foundation: BFA First / Second Years
Specialization: BFA Third / Fourth Years
Students choose either Graphic Communication or Studio Art in Third Year with one Elective courses from Illustration, Photography or Extra Traditional Art Practice.
Language of Instruction
All lectures and written work are in English. Informal studio instructions are provided in Nepali or English.
The four-year course comprising of 8 semesters commences in the late Fall.
An intermediate qualification, minimum 3 subjects in A Level / minimum 40% in plus 2 in any subject or equivalent.
Plus 2D and 3D separate studios, an English test and an interview.
A portfolio would be very helpful during the time of your interview.
The Entrance Test
2D and 3D Studios: to inquire applicant’s basic aptitude in visual interpretation in 2D and 3D
English: to inquire applicants basic aptitude in written and spoken English
Interview: to inquire applicants aspiration to commence this course
Contact KU Art+Design office if you need further information.