In the academic year 2024/2025, four changes in elective courses will be introduced, i.e.:

  • in the 3rd study year, a new elective course Information Competences (4 ECTS) will be introduced,

  • in the 2nd study year, the elective course Packaging 1 (4 ECTS) will be replaced with a new elective course Packaging Materials and Technology (6 ECTS),

  • in the 3rd study year, the elective course Packaging 2 (4 ECTS) will be replaced with a new elective course Trends in Packaging Development (6 ECTS),

  • in the 2nd year, the elective course Structures and Data Transfer (4 ECTS) will be renamed to User Interface Design.

3rd semester180601803045030
Typographic design3015450906
Artistic analysis of graphic products 13015015604
Standardisation of graphic processes30153015906
Studio photography300300604
Basics of interactivity and animation3015450906
4th semester195901353045030
Optional courses12060903030020
Environmental protection in graphic arts4515300906
Finishing graphic products3015150604
Optional coursesHoursECTS
Testing of graphic materials30153015906
Printing 230153015906
Interactive media 130153015906
Packaging 13015150604
Printing plates3015150604
Data structure and transfer3015150604
Basics of 3D modelling3015450906

Abbreviations used for the syllabus:
L – lectures
S – seminar
P – practice
O – other forms of educational activities (mainly project work)
ECTS – European Credits Transfer System (1 credit point equals a 30-hour student workload)
Grey – Grey written courses are not carried out in this academic year

Published curriculum is valid for academic year 2023/2024. Past curriculums can be accessed via link.


Recomended combination of optional courses in 2nd year:

  • Video, Basics of 3D modelling, Interactive media 1, Packaging 1
  • Video, Interactive media 1, Data structure and transfer, Basics of 3D modelling
  • Testing of graphic materials, Printing 2, Packaging 1, Printing plates
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