Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design | Design Institute
Jewellery and Metal Design MA
Focusing on the development of the individual designer and creative character of students
From the 2023/24 academic year, the programme will only be available as Object Design MA. Our Master Program in Jewelery Design and Metalworking helps you build a work or collection based on a personal individual research proposal. The philosophy of the training strikes a balance between material and technical innovation and more traditional craft techniques and historical craft traditions.
Students in the training develop their work creatively and conceptually through the implementation of short projects and professional guidance. The exploratory, original and challenging aim of the works designed and prepared for the exhibition is to convey a central, socially conscious, problem-solving approach to the environment and way of life.
Research assignments, design studies, and studio internships create opportunities for participation in national and international professional programs, exhibitions, and tenders, and facilitate post-graduate enforcement. During the semesters, students are free to choose a design task and a supervisor from among the topics introduced by the department, and we also give our students the opportunity to process their own topic within a given framework.
At the Best of MOME ‘23, this year’s top MA diploma projects from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design made their debut on 14 October at the Kastner Kommunity. The event highlighted the questions and issues that occupy the minds of the youngest generation of designers and the various design responses to them.
This year’s Fashion Show, debuting the latest generation of fashion and textile designers of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) concluded with resounding success, drawing a full house twice in a row. In keeping with its traditions of and in sync with international fashion week calendars, MOME organised its unusual fashion event and exhibition in the first week of November, once again attracting a great deal of interest. The creations of the young designers this year were inspired by the circularity of life and materials, with a focus on recycled and biodegradable materials.