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The National College of Art and Design has been the most significant provider of Art & Design education in Ireland for over 250 years.
NCAD is a Recognised College of University College Dublin (UCD), one of Irelands leading research universities and ranked in the top 1% of institutions world-wide by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
From its beginnings the College has been as equally concerned with fine art as with design. The School of Fine Art teaching combines the traditional disciplines such as drawing and painting with an open experimental approach which allows individuals to realise their ideas in a wide range of media.
Through contact with teachers who are practising artists, students become familiar with the activities and the ideas of artists working in today's society. Students also become familiar with the fundamentally questioning nature of contemporary art and of the variety of responses generated by contemporary artistic practice. It is an intense visual education not only for artists but for others who may build careers in related directions.
The School of Design is the largest in the College and comprises ceramics, glass, metals, fashion design, industrial design, textile design and visual communication. In design the emphasis is on solving specific problems set by project.
The School of Education provides for the education of teachers of art, craft and design in second-level schools. There are two modes available: the four-year BA degree in Art and Design Education, and the one-year postgraduate Higher Diploma in Art and Design Education.
Artists and designers of international repute are invited to teach or give special lectures in the College. Exchange programmes with colleges and universities in Europe and the United States take place annually.