The Faculty of Industrial Fine Arts (FIFA) was established on 03 May 2003 by Decision No. 09 683/TDT. Since then the Faculty is continuously developing. The Faculty follows the motto of the school training-oriented practice and application; students have many hours of practice in the workshops of the Faculty and in manufacturing facilities, factories, enterprises linked to practice.
Academic staffs are distinguished educators, practitioners and researchers who, along with a dedicated team of professional staff, are committed to advancing these disciplines through all activities – education, research and practice. The Faculty is committed to providing the best possible conditions for research, study, practice and teaching of design. Upon entering the Faculty, students begin exploring the process by which design, art and technology impact on the individual and the community. The goal is to educate innovative individuals capable of working in cutting-edge creative and practical fields, as well as in research fields.
Graduates from the Faculty of Industrial Art find career opportunities across a broad spectrum of the cultural sectors. Former students are employed in jobs that range from museum and gallery curators and university professors, to exhibition designers, art administrators, art and design educators, full time artists, and self employed designers.
For teaching and administrative purposes, the Faculty is organized into four speciality as follows:
- Department of Graphic Design
- Department of Fashion Design
- Department of Interior Design
- Department of Figure Creative Design
- Department of Industrial Design