Master School for Arts and Design (1 year with final examination)

The Master School is for people with a completed, subject-relevant vocational education (final apprenticeship examination) or for graduates from subject-relevant VET schools (gunsmiths, engravers, gold or silver smiths, ornamental blacksmiths and metal sculptor). This education constitutes a solid basis for a white-collar occupation as a mid-level executive in respective areas of economy, industry and trade.

After the completion of the master school, the entitlements according to the Trade Regulation Act are acquired. In any case, self-employment is possible after a respective period of practice.

Requirement:
Minimum age 18 years; completed, subject-relevant vocational education (final apprenticeship examination) or subject-relevant VET school (gunsmiths, engravers, girdle maker, steel cutters, fashion jewellery manufacturers, gold and silver smiths, jewellers, ornamenal blacksmiths and metal sculptors).

Explanators note:
Final examination. Respective entitlement according to trade regulation act. Master schools equip people with completed vocational education with knowledge and skills that are required for the entry to a trade or liberal profession in terms of § 59 par. 1 Z 1 lit. a (commercial master schools) and lit. c (arts-and-crafts master schools) and according to § 2 of the School Organization Act.


SUBJECT TIMETABLE OF MASTER SCHOOL FOR ARTS AND DESIGN - 1 year

Compulsory subjects

Weekly lessons per year

Religious Education

40

Economics and Law

160

Leadership of Employees and Training

40

Applied Informatics

80

Operating Technology

400

Technology

200

Illustration, Layout, Design and Construction

80

Workshop Laboratory

80

Technology

160

Workshop and Production

200

Total

1.440

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