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University-Wide Art Studies (UWAS) has published its courses for 2019-2020

All Aalto University students can now apply for the open UWAS courses online.
UWAS 2019 course catalogue illustration: Heini Hälinen
The UWAS visual identity 2019-2020 is designed by Heini Hälinen.

University-Wide Art Studies (UWAS) offers art and design based transdisciplinary courses to support collaboration between different disciplines and creative activities in Aalto University. Courses are open for all Bachelor and Master degree students, and they have no prerequisites in the fields of art and design.

UWAS has 27 courses in 2019–2020, ranging from game design, moving images, writing to creative coding.

This year marks UWAS’s fourth academic year.

UWAS Course list: 

Additional information:

University-Wide Art Studies

Aalto University offers all its students an opportunity to orient in art-based thinking, creativity and culture.

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UWAS 2019 course catalogue illustration: Heini Hälinen
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