The Ceramic Art program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for investigating and experimenting with materials, forms, finishes and decoration so as to obtain unique, personal results and carry out ceramics projects.

These studies will involve drafting preliminary projects and models, designing and producing ceramic pieces and artworks with creativity and artistic sensibility, and organizing the creative and productive ceramics process.

Prerequisites for Admission to Advanced Vocational Training Programs

The conditions for admission and enrolment are established by the Catalan Government’s Department of Education every academic year and published in the Official Gazette of the Government of Catalonia (Diari Oficial de la Generalitat de Catalunya – DOGC).

As a general rule, prospective students must:

a) Hold at least one of the following qualifications:

- Batxiller or equivalent: Advanced Level Secondary Education diploma, High School diploma, etc.
- University degree
- One of the following degrees, diplomas, certificates or accreditations: University Orientation Diploma (A-Levels) or university preparatory studies, Specialist Technician Certificate, Advanced Vocational Training Certificate, Intermediate Vocational Training Certificate or Sports Education Certificate, accreditation of having passed the general part of the admissions exam for Advanced Vocational Training or Advanced Vocational Training in Sports, accreditation of having passed all parts of the university admissions exam for those at least 25 years of age or an admissions exam to experimental professional modules.

b) Pass the specific studies part of the admissions exam.

However, regardless of Section a) above, prospective students can be admitted to Advanced Vocational Training without holding any of the academic qualifications indicated by passing both the general and specific parts of the admissions exam indicated in the corresponding Government Resolution.

To be eligible to take the general and specific admissions exams, prospective students must be at least 19 years of age, or turn 19 during the calendar year in which the admissions exam is taken, or be at least 18 and hold an Intermediate Vocational Training Certificate in Fine Arts and Design or an equivalent certificate in similar studies.

Certificate of Advanced Vocational Training in Fine Arts & Design, Specialization in Ceramics (LOE)

Professional Group
Ceramic Art

Advanced Vocational Training


Artistic drawing


Technical Drawing




History of ceramics


Computer Tools


Materials and Technology: Ceramic


Ceramics Workshop


Ceramic art projects


School Curricular Block


Training and guidance


Internship at a company, studio or workshop


Integrated project


Sant Andreu


Ceramicists may work as freelance professionals or as members of a workshop or company. Activities can include work with artistic ceramics relating to:

  • Producing ceramic art pieces

  • Reproducing valuable pieces for specific concepts or projects

  • Creating accessories for architecture, including reliefs and murals, among other pieces

  • Applying ceramics to Interior Design and Decoration

  • Restoration and conservation of ceramic artworks

  • With a Certificate of Advanced Vocational Training in Fine Arts & Design, graduates can also continue related studies at university. See "Opportunities for Further Study".

With the Advanced Vocational Training Certificate you are eligible for the following university studies:
-Architectural Technician Studies
-Education / Teacher Training (3-year university degree or diplomatura)
-Advanced Fine Arts and Design Studies, with a qualification equivalent to a 3-year university degree or diplomatura (specializations: Fashion Design, Product Design, Interior Design, Graphic Design)
-Undergraduate studies in Fine Arts (Bachelor’s Degree)
-Undergraduate studies in History (Bachelor’s Degree)
-Undergraduate studies in History of Art (Bachelor’s Degree)
-Industrial Design Engineering
-Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Assets (specializations: Graphic Documents, Sculpture, Archeology, Painting)