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BA (Hons) Fine Art Experimental Media


3–year Bachelor’s degree
Start September

PCU's Bachelor‘s programme takes a multidisciplinary approach to the dynamic world of fine art and digital technology. A gradual transition from tutor-led projects to student-centred learning builds a strong set of forward-looking, creative, technical and academic skills, enabling you to gain first-hand knowledge of the developments in current and emerging media and technologies.

These include (but are not limited to) coding, video, sound, editing & production, budget management, exhibition planning and more, allowing you to pursue a range of career opportunities and activities in the arts, technologies, the cultural sphere and beyond.

Programme Essentials

  • Develop advanced technical and professional skills for future careers in art and technology
  • Participate in intensive lectures and workshops devoted to the exploration of new and traditional media
  • Receive tutorial support and mentoring from international practicing artists and professionals
  • Learn in small class groups and take an individual student-centred approach to your studies
  • Join our vibrant community of students and lecturers encouraging dialogue and collaboration
  • Visit galleries across Prague, the Czech Republic and Central Europe
  • Network with artists and creative professionals
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What you study

Year 1

  • Introduction to Studio Practice I: Idea Generation, including:
  • Drawing
  • 3D Animation
  • Sound & Video Production
  • Interactive Art
  • Art & Culture Since Modernity
  • Introduction to Studio Practice II: Understanding Historical, Cultural, Socio-political, and Curatorial Influences on Art Making, including:
  • Painting
  • 2D Animation
  • Cyberspace and 3D Game Art
  • Art Movements and Visual Culture


Year 2

  • Developing Studio Practice I: Research Informed Practice, including:
  • Interactive Multimedia Performance
  • Interactive Storytelling
  • Sculpture 
  • Curating Exhibitions and Events 
  • Critical Writing and Research project
  • Developing Studio Practice II: Integration and Deployment of Knowledge and Skills
  • Interactive Installations
  • Cross-media Documentary
  • Curating Exhibitions and Events 
  • Augmented and virtual reality 
  • Dynamic & Professional Research Project


Year 3

  • Professional Studio Practice
  • Fine Art Thesis
  • Final Exhibition Project:
    Curation of Work



“As a graduate of the BA (Hons) Fine Art Experimental Media programme my future dream became a reality as I now work as a Director, Producer and Videographer. I credit the experiences that Prague College (now PCU) gave me. Not only did I learn important aspects of sound, animation and coding, but my course has put me in touch with people from all over the world.”

Charlotte Vacková



Full-time students can expect to attend daily classes, with 16 hours per week in class, plus additional workshops & guest lectures. Further independent learning and group work is expected.

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Degree Projects

Keya Singh 1964_2020, video
Anthony Tsang and Alia Habib collaborative project, Collective DJ/VJ
Inna Kuzminova While the World Outside is Dying, 3D environment video
Inna Kuzminova  cyber_Temple, an interactive 3D environment
Niklas Jannborg  DILATION Urban Solitude (video) https://n7art.wordpress.com/2020/03/21/example-post/
Omar el Sadek (photographic documentation of sculpture in performance) Winter Sun https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eV1Oje3bR0rqxbCvl6OfKrdGdZ60sv5q/view?usp=sharing

Your Programme Leader


John Hill is an artist, curator and writer, with a BA in drawing from Camberwell College, University of the Arts London. As a founding member of the collective LuckyPDF, he has had work exhibited internationally and been commissioned by major UK institutions, including Hayward Gallery and Frieze Foundation. In 2017 he led the Studio of the Visiting Artist at AVU, the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague and curated their 2019 Diploma show Nejkrásnější věk. In 2020 he was invited to host the Student Forum at Berlin's transmediale festival.

Career Building at PCU


Reflection in a Pond

On the 3rd of June, sixteen Fine Art Experimental Media graduates publicly presented their exhibition  over two floors at PCU's Bishops Court Art Studios.

The exhibition aimed to find connections in times of crisis and asked visitors to self-reflect on the changes and the emotions that they'd experienced in over the past year. You can check out the exhibition works on their Instagram page here and take a look at photographs from the opening here.


Quiet Noise, Subtle Fury: An Interview with Lamija Čehajić

In her final semester Lamija Čehajić, BA (Hons) Fine Art Experimental Media won the jury award at Sarajevska zima (Sarajevo Winter), a Bosnian international festival for young artists in the field of fine arts, film and literature. Read more →

Graduate Careers & Further Study Destinations

Our graduates are renowned for moving in multiple directions: securing global careers, pursuing research and further studies at leading institutions, or starting their own creative endeavours. Here are just a few of their stories:
  • Radek Fiala is a designer for luxury Czech lighting firm, Preciosa. He custom-designs large office and hotel installations in the Czech Republic, Singapore, Hong Kong and India.
  • Clair Le Couteur After graduation Clair went on to complete her Ph.D. at the Royal College of Art in London, where she is now a Visiting Professor.
  • Sergio Alarcon is working as a Senior Texture Artist at PIXOMONDO, an international visual effects company with a global network of studios in Los Angeles, Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Beijing and Shanghai.
  • Alexander Panek began a successful startup company, Virgla LTD, which was a platform that brought together people who had an interest in specific topics and brands. He now works as a user experience manager at Deloitte.
  • Niels Doucet enjoys a successful career live electronic music performer and composer. His aesthetic is broad, covering both club and film composition.

Entry Requirements

  • Confirmation of completed High School Education or previous college education, which could be one of the following: A Czech high school diploma, two A-level passes, a PCU Foundation Diploma (based on Pearson Level 3 diploma units and PCU units). An equivalent education from other countries assessed individually. Students with experience or equivalent education in some subjects of the programme may be granted advance credit towards year one or year two of the programme after competing the required assessment of Prior Learning or Experience documentation.
  •  English language certificate. Required Scores: IELTS 5.5; TOEFL iBT 60+, Other certificates may be accepted.

  • Portfolio and letter of motivation (300 words)

  • For all programmes at Prague City University there is a final interview between the applicant and the Programme Leader before the final decision on admission is made.

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