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Division Overview

FAA is a place for creative people. Our programs excel at providing creative practice for students of media and design education in modern facilities with dedicated studios and practice rooms. We do this by integrating theory and practice with individualized instruction in applied, practical courses. The faculty of FAA are passionate people who apply their international work experiences and education to our learning environment. We use this to develop an outcome-oriented perspective that develops the practical skills and innovative thinking desired by industry. Nurturing communicative intent is the way we help our students refine their conceptual and creative sensibilities, as we believe it will make them more versatile and adaptable in the rapidly evolving media and design landscapes. If you want to be a practitioner with a unique voice who can adapt media and design techniques to be industry thought leaders, then FAA’s media and design programs are the place for you.

Why study FAA?

  • Creating innovative trend leaders: Professionals who are ready to work with current media and design technologies and can adapt to the future
  • Practical programs focusing on communicating with audiences through media and design
  • Joining creative, passionate people who will contribute to society by connecting the arts to industry
  • Shaping media by developing content creators with an emphasis on relatability, storytelling and platform convergence
  • Educating young designers via intensive creative practice in a hands-on studio environment emphasizing the design process

Fine and Applied Arts (FAA) Office

Room 632, 6th Floor,
Aditayathorn Building
Phone: +66 (0) 2700 5000 ext. 4611, 4612
Fax: +66 (0) 2700 5011
Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 5:00 pm