Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design


Tasks of the Academy
The pillar of the university responsible for education
It is the main pillar of the University's core activities, bringing together education, including the Institutes and the departments, and is also the primary repository and development centre for the University's intellectual heritage.


university professor, supervisor

doctoral student, training development programme lead

e-learning development coordinator

Senior Research Fellow

educational project manager

academic communications associate

office manager

assistant lecturer, University Doctoral and Habilitation Council, doctoral student, external lecturer, training development programme lead

business development manager

education manager

Head of PreMOME

PreMOME manager

university professor, Director of the Academy, MA programme lead, supervisor

Head of Education Organisation, master instructor

university professor, ECoC programme lead, supervisor

assistant lecturer, professional coordinator

master instructor

Tasks of the Academy

Operation of the University’s higher education training programmes

Operates the University’s higher education training programmes and manages its portfolio

Development of the training development strategy

Working with the relevant Vice Rector supports development of the training development strategy and coordinates its implementation

Coordination of training services

Initiates and coordinates reforms to the University’s existing training services and the development of new services


The aim is to train open-minded designers who can respond sensitively to environmental, social and cultural processes and stand for the highest standards of quality. It seeks to enhance the competitiveness of MOME graduate designers both in the national and international arena, helping them carve out a niche in the industry for themselves.

We aim to ensure that students of our institute as well as of the design institutes have an in-depth understanding of art in its social, historical and conceptual context, can play an active role in its creation, and are able to mediate it in both informal and formal (classes, critiques, papers, exhibitions) settings.

In our vision artistic spatial design, negotiation skills and engineering knowledge form a unit that builds on each other. The Institute aims to train responsible professionals endowed with creative power, with equal weight of tradition and innovation.

Our four knowledge centres, Animation, Photography, Media Design and Graphic Design, offer BA, MA, PhD and extracurricular programmes, as well as high standards of education, an open-minded environment, and state-of-the-art technological background.
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9 Zugligeti St,
Budapest, 1121