As a trained craftsperson, you largely create your own labour market and your opportunities through your profile, your business model, your network and your flair for action.
Many students have gone on to collaborate in working communities after graduation. Some find work with established arts and crafts and design companies, while others choose to continue their education pursuing a master’s degree.
Based on your specialisation and mastery of materials at a high artistic level, you will be able to work on decorative or exhibition assignments closely linked to artistic fields such as gallery activities, trade shows and the like. You can also choose to collaborate with a wide range of industrial productions and companies from, for example, building elements for more classic consumer products.