Head of Department: Prof. Dr. Orhan CEBRAİLOĞLU

Erasmus Co-ordinator: Prof. Dr. Emet Egemen ASLAN

Farabi Coordinator: Assistant Prof. Dr. Şerife YALÇIN YASTI

Mevlana Coordinator Assistant Prof. Dr. Şerife YALÇIN YASTI

ECTS Coordinator: Instructor Özkan ALGÖK

Purpose: The objective is to train contemporary artists and designers through undergraduate and graduate educational programmes.

Vision: This is an institution that educates and trains contemporary, pioneer, original and creative ceramic artists and designers through educational programmes.

Mission: The mission is to educate people as individuals that follow novelties in the field of ceramics, have adequate knowledge and ss, are preferred in their field, have a good knowledge of and ability to use shaping methods in ceramic industry and ceramic art, are well-equipped, able to reflect their knowledge and ss, are independent, original, contemporary, self-expressive, hardworking, inquisitive and forward-thinking.

Program Language: Turkish

Program Description: Department of Ceramics in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Selçuk University started in 2001-2002 academic year. Its objective has been to educate and train prospective contemporary artists and designers through its undergraduate and graduate educational programmes. In line with this objective, there are main art courses, supportive art courses, culture and common required courses in the academic schedule. In the first four terms, the courses are mainly composed of design principles, methods and techniques of ceramic shaping, decoration techniques, chemistry and technology of ceramics. After the 4th term is completed, students and specialize in one of the two main art courses, which are Ceramic and Industrial Ceramic Design, at the ning of the 5th term. They complete the 8th term through a undergraduate research project. The Department of Ceramics, in which improvements in the field of ceramics are closely followed, keep up with national and international novelties in technology and art, and the academic curriculum is d in accordance with these novelties. Through the courses of design taught intensively during the academic period, students are encouraged to improve their creativity and be well-equipped about subjects on ceramic industry and ceramic art. Accordingly, artistic and cultural organizations, workshops, seminars, conferences and exhibitions are organized, and students are supported to participate in many national and international organizations. Bilateral agreements are made with institutions of higher educations within and outside the country, and students are supported and encouraged with exchange programs such as Farabi and Erasmus.

Admissions Requirements:

Recognition of Prior Learning: For students who want to have a lateral transfer from educational institutions in Turkey and abroad to Faculty of Fine Arts in Selçuk University, the provisions of Regulations applied in relation to Inter-academic Credit Transfer with Lateral Transfer, Double Major and Double Minor between Undergraduate and Graduate Programmes in Institutions of Higher Education.

Graduation Requirements: Students are required to complete courses of at least 240 ECTS credits at the end of the educational period of 8 academic terms.

Principles of Assessment and Evaluation: Assessment and evaluation are carried out on the basis of the requirements set in the Regulations for Education and Responsibility Examination of Faculty of Fine Arts in Selçuk University, which is prepared in accordance with Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Examination Regulations of Selçuk University.

Employment Opportunities: Graduated students can work as designers in workshops in private and corporate institutions. With certificate of pedagogical formation, they can work as teachers in institutions of Ministry of Education. Also, they can maintain their academic career in artistic and scientific fields in Institutions of Higher Educations.

Jump to Top Degree Programs: Students who successfully complete their undergraduate studies can apply for education in graduate studies.