29.03.04 Decorative material working techniques

This area of instruction opens a unique opportunity to combine the study of art with the study of technology, to develop creative skills and theoretical knowledge that can be used in various areas from advertising to the manufacturing industry.

Students are given instruction in computer modeling and design techniques, finished product forming and coloring, material treatment processes, and the artistic techniques of making products from various materials and adding aesthetic value to them.
Level of education:
Bachelor’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Creativity exam
Programs, specializations:
Decorative material treatment techniques
The program gives a unique opportunity to combine artistic and technological competence. Students develop their creative skills: they make artistic compositions and industrial design sketches. Senior students receive instruction in materials for, and modern techniques of, decorative crafts, and they practice in real-life tasks. Throughout the course, students explore and use image editor software programs for artwork, design and project visualization.
Alumni can be employed as
  • jewelry and decorative object manufacture specialist (ceramics, furniture, stained glass, small plastic items, etc.).
  • 3D designer
  • independent designer
  • designer of decorative objects in metal, wood, glass or other materials
Program subjects
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Composition
  • Decorative materials science
  • Computer design
  • Material-working techniques
  • Design project visualization
  • Industrial design
  • Artwork design and production
  • Sculpture and modeling
Graduating department:
Computer Design Department