Fine arts and art conservation

Fine arts and art conservation

Duration of studies: 4 years (8 semesters)

Program description:

In the field of the discipline of fine arts and art conservation, doctoral students gain in-depth knowledge of visual arts and artistic creation. Education is carried out through participation in lectures, seminars developing their skills and competences and through internship opportunities in academic and cultural centers. One of the most important elements of doctoral student education are their own artistic researches, achievements and publications. Creative studies, and artistic work is carried out with the use of the university infrastructure and with the support of the interdisciplinary didactic potential of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn.

Research topics are selected individually due to its artistic and scientific potential and consistency with the interests of the doctoral student. It can cover art and design topics or explore issues on the border of various media.

Graduate profile:

Graduates of the doctoral school within the discipline of fine arts and art conservation are experienced artists and have qualifications to continue artistic and research activities as experts in their field. In particular, graduates are prepared to work at universities with an artistic profile and in cultural institutions in the country and abroad.


  • visual arts
  • fine arts
  • painting
  • graphics
  • sculpture
  • intermedia
  • multimedia
  • graphic design
  • animation
  • photography