Description of the exam test (s)

FINE ARTS - PAINTING

Test no. 1. Elimination practice test:

INTERVIEW / PORTFOLIO / MAP WITH WORKS
The folder will contain 15 - 25 works (drawings, painting, sketches).
The interview will be based on the commentary of the papers presented by the candidate.
The candidate's ability to observe, analyze and synthesize, the expressiveness of plastic language and the use of various techniques and materials specific to painting will be followed.

It is marked with admitted / rejected.

Test no. 2.  Practical specialized exam:

CREATIVITY - COMPOSITION
The topic is established by the admission commission on the day of the test;
The technique is at the candidate's choice (between oil, tempera or acrylic on cardboard or canvas);

Support format: 50x70 cm;
Working time 6 hours.

The candidate's ability to organize the compositional field, the chromatic sense, the technical knowledge of the representation through painting will be followed. The degree of creativity and plastic intelligence of the candidate is appreciated.

Grades 1 to 10 are given.

 

GRAPHIC FINE ARTS

Test no. 1. Elimination practice test:

INTERVIEW / PORTFOLIO / MAP WITH WORKS
The map will contain 15 - 25 works (sketches, observational studies by nature / model, sketches of compositions, engravings, illustrations, etc.).
The interview will be based on the commentary of the papers presented by the candidate.
The candidate's ability to observe, analyze and synthesize, the expressiveness of plastic language and the use of various techniques and materials specific to graphics will be monitored.

It is marked with admitted / rejected.

Test no. 2.  Practical specialized exam:

CREATIVITY - COMPOSITION
The topic is established by the admission commission on the day of the test;
The technique is at the candidate's choice (between charcoal, pencil, ink, stain, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, etc.) on paper;

Support format: 50x70 cm;
Working time 6 hours.

The candidate's ability to organize the compositional field, the variety and expressiveness of the elements and the plastic language specific to the graphics, the relevance of the topic in the paper will be followed.

Grades 1 to 10 are given.

FINE ARTS SCULPTURE

Test no. 1. Elimination practice test:

INTERVIEW / PORTFOLIO / MAP WITH WORKS
The candidate will present a minimum of 5 papers (drawings, photographs).
The interview will be based on the commentary of the papers presented by the candidate.
The candidate's ability to observe, analyze and synthesize, the expressiveness of the plastic language and the use of various specialized techniques will be followed.

It is marked with admitted / rejected.

Test no. 2.  Practical specialized exam:

MODELING TEST

- life-size portrait model study;
- the modeling will be made of clay on a prepared wooden reinforcement, provided by the faculty;
- working time 7 hours.

 It will follow the sense of volume and the capacity of observation, analysis and synthesis of the candidate.

Grades 1 to 10 are given.

 

Details regarding the admission steps

    The admission average represents the arithmetic average of the 3 marks given by the 3 members of the admission commission within the test 2.

    In accordance with the principles and strategy of the faculty, candidates who have won prizes at the international Olympics organized by the Ministry of Education (XNUMXst, XNUMXnd and XNUMXrd place) in the field or related fields will be able to occupy places financed from the state budget to the study program for which they opted.

    Candidates who have won prizes at the national Olympics organized by the Ministry of Education (10st, XNUMXnd and XNUMXrd place) in the field or related fields will be recognized for the eliminatory test and will be awarded a grade XNUMX in the portfolio test in the specialization equivalent to that for which won the award.

    Prior to the admission competition, the Faculty of Arts and Design is organizing a national selection competition, called "Passages". The first place winners of this competition will be recognized for the eliminatory test and will be awarded a grade of 10 in the portfolio test, in the study program for which they have chosen according to the participation rules published on the faculty website.

List of required documents

(1) The documents required for the enrollment file for the undergraduate degree programs within the Faculty of Arts and Design are the following:

  1. ID card;
  2. Birth certificate;
  3. Marriage certificate - if appropriate;
  4. Baccalaureate diploma or equivalent;
    • Candidates who passed the baccalaureate exam in the sessions corresponding to the 2022-2023 school year can upload to the admission platform and present at the collection points the documents necessary for the admission process from the UVT offices and from the county admission centers organized by the UVT, for the admission session immediately following the session in which they passed the baccalaureate exam, instead of the baccalaureate diploma, the certificate issued by the pre-university education unit in the original or a legalized copy, which mentions the general average from the baccalaureate exam, the grades obtained in the tests taken at this exam, the validity period and the fact that the diploma has not been issued.
  5. Medical certificate issued by the family doctor, not older than 90 days from the date of its presentation at the document collection office, certifying whether the candidate is fit to enroll in university studies and, if applicable, the conditions chronic conditions suffered by the candidate (neuropsychiatric, psycho-pathological, pulmonary, dermato-venereal, disability (type, degree), etc.). Specific learning disorders (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, etc.) or any special educational requirements will be attested by a diagnostic certificate;
  6. Certificate certifying completion of another undergraduate university study program (completed or not at the time of submitting the file), in which the funding regime in which each year of study was completed (with funding from the state budget/with a fee) , if it is/was carried out at a state higher education institution in Romania) – if appropriate.

(2) Candidates who are Romanian citizens or from Member States of the European Union, the European Economic Area and the Swiss Confederation who have completed high school studies outside Romania must present, in addition to the above documents, the document of equivalence / recognition of studies issued by National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas (CNRED). The necessary documents and the procedure for the equivalence of studies carried out outside Romania are mentioned in Annex 1 of this regulation.

(3) In order to be admitted to the undergraduate study programs with teaching in Romanian, foreign citizens who do not present study certificates issued by educational units / institutions in Romania or abroad, with teaching in Romanian, have the obligation to present a certificate of competence linguistics for the Romanian language issued by institutions authorized by the Ministry of Education.

(4) Applicants eligible for exemption from the registration fee, in accordance with Article 21 of this Regulation, will upload on the admission platform also the supporting documents for the category in which they fall.

(5) Candidates with outstanding results at national or international Olympics and competitions can upload the relevant supporting documents on the admission platform.

Candidates will be required to submit all documents required for the admission process, in accordance with the provisions of the regulations on the organization and conduct of the admission process at the faculty level, in original or certified copy, until until the day of the first mock test, according to the calendar established by the faculty regulations regarding the organization and development of the admission process, at the points of taking over the admission documents from the UVT headquarters or from the county admission centers organized by UVT, for scanning and certifying them according to the original by UVT operators. Candidates who do not comply with this provision will not be included in the ranking of the admission process.

Admission calendar entries

THE COMPETITION TESTS WILL BE CARRIED OUT FACE TO FACE, AT THE FACULTY HEADQUARTERS.

Admission process calendar
  • Registration period

    until July 13, 2023, 16 p.m

  • Date of the admission test (s) (day, hour)

    TEST 1 - July 18, 2023, 8 a.m. // TEST 2 - July 19, 2023, 8 a.m.

  • Deadline for certification of documents according to the original - July

    July 18, 2023, 14:XNUMX a.m.

  • Date of results listing

    July 20, 2023, 12:XNUMX a.m.

  • Filing appeals period

    July 20 - July 21, 2023, 12 noon

  • Date of display of results after appeals

    July 21, 2023, 16:XNUMX a.m.

  • Seats confirmation period

    July 21 - July 26, 2023

  • Listing results after confirmations

    July 26, 2023

  • Seats confirmation period (second stage of confirmations)

    July 26 - July 27, 2023

  • Final results listing

    July 27, 2023, 16:XNUMX a.m.

Schedule of the admission process for the September session (valid if seats remain available after the first admission session)
  • September registration period

    until September 8, 2023, 16:00 p.m.

  • Date of taking the admission test (s) September

    TEST 1: September 13, 2023, 8 a.m. / TEST 2: September 14, 2023, 8 a.m.

  • Deadline for certification of documents according to the original - September

    September 13, 2023, 14:00 p.m.

  • September results listing

    September 14, 2023, 16:00 p.m.

  • Appeals period

    September 14, 16:00 - September 15, 16:00, 2023

  • Display of results after September appeals

    September 15, 18:00 p.m., 2023

  • September place confirmation period

    September 15 - September 16, 2023

  • Listing results after confirmations

    September 16, 2023, 16:00 p.m.

  • Seats confirmation period (second stage of confirmations) September

    September 16, 2023, 9:00 - September 17, 2023, 14:00

  • September final results listing

    September 17, 2023, 16:00 p.m.