FULL-TIME FIRST CYCLE STUDIES
Applicants for full-time first cycle studies in the field of architecture will take an entrance exam testing their artistic abilities.
The artistic abilities test includes 3 drawing assignments to be performed by the applicants.
The admission to the studies is determined by the result of the secondary school examination, the International Baccalaureate or the European Baccalaureate or a certificate obtained abroad.
recruitment deadline for the field of study - architecture
- REGISTRATION IN THE ONLINE RECRUITMENT SYSTEM - FROM 17 May (Monday) TO 20 June (Sunday) 2021,
- ARTISTIC ABILITIES TEST - 22 June (Tuesday) 2021, THE TEST WILL BE HELD ONLINE
- PUBLISHING OF THE ARTISTIC ABILITIES TEST RESULTS - 25 June ( Friday) 2021,
- PUBLISHING OF THE LISTYS OF APPLICANTS QUALIFIED FOR ADMISSION - 12 July (Monday) 2021,
- FILING OF DOCUMENT SETS BY APPLICANTS qualified for admission - FROM 13 July (Tuesday)
TO 22 July (Thursday) 2021
THE SCOPE OF ARTISTIC ABILITIES TEST
1. Drawing task no. 1 – presentation of a 3D element in the "flat" form.
In this task, a solid figure will be shown in axonometry. The sides of the figure indicated by arrows will have to be drawn in the flat form (without foreshortenings and perspective distortions).
2. Drawing task no. 2 – a drawing "fitting" into the context of the environment.
In this task, there will be a background, i.e. man-made space. The task will be to complement this space, e.g. with buildings that fit into this environment (background).
3. Drawing task no. 3 – street furniture
The task will be to draw a piece of undersized street furniture in relation to a human figure that will already be on the page.
Tasks 1, 2 and 3 are designed to determine the applicant's ability to make careful and selective observations about a composition by producing a hand drawing. Drawing instruments may be used in task 1. The applicant should determine the appropriate scale of the elements that make up the spatial arrangement, their proportions and their relationships to each other.
The drawings should be executed in pencil, black crayon or brush. The drawing should be made on white paper (A-4). Each drawing should be made in one technique, i.e. it is not allowed to mix drawing techniques on one sheet of paper, e.g. black crayon and pencil,, neither are colour representations.
The manner of executing the drawings
Drawing task no. 1 should be executed linearly. Chiaroscuro modelling should appear in drawing tasks 2 and 3. Drawing deformation, stylisation and other drawing representations of this type are excluded.
Number of drawings
You are required to complete 3 drawing tasks. It is not permitted to attach further drawings, e.g. with other variants of the solution to the task, explanations, sketches, etc., or to describe the drawing task, sign it with your name and surname, use any markings or symbols on it.
APPLICANTS TAKING THE TEST SHOULD HAVE
- drawing instruments:
- a 30 cm ruler,
- a triangle (set square),
- a medium hard pencil (HB), may be an automatic pencil with the refill thickness of: 0.5; 0.7; 0.9,
- soft pencils (B-4B),
- a rubber,
- a black crayon, a pen or a paint brush and black ink (if an applicant sdoes not use a pencil or if he/she wants to perform the tasks in different techniques).
Depending on the national epidemiological situation, the test may be held using information technology
APPLICANTS TAKING AN ONLINE TEST MUST ALSO HAVE
- Internet access,
- access to an A-4 format (210 x 297 mm) printer enabling printing in shades of grey (210 x 297 mm),
- access to an A-4 format scanner enabling scanning in the shades of grey (in the resolution of 300 dpi).