Motion Design


A study focus for graphic designers who want to expand their skills and visual projects. Students will focus on 2D and 3D animation, video editing, sound design, visual effects using modern technology and a wide range of software.

Motion design embodies the main direction of contemporary visual communication - “graphics in motion”, which we perceive every day on displays all around us, from mobile app animation, motion graphics on Instagram and striking subtitles in film, to giant laser projections or projection mapping at the Signal festival. Under the guidance of experienced teachers, students will learn to create motion graphics for advertising, film, media and freelance work.

What do students say about the school?

  • The school creates a kind of community, not just for the students, but for all the teachers and everyone involved. It’s nice to be in an environment that motivates you every day.

    — Karolína, graphic design student
  • Why is the school great? For me personally, it’s mainly the time flexibility. I’m able to do my own projects, work, while continuing my studies.

    — Kamil, motion design student

Head of the field

VOŠ, Public Courses

Vojtěch Buchta


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He graduated from the Faculty of Education of the Masaryk University, majoring in art education and visual creation and graphic design at the Brno University of Technology. From the beginning he focused on animated graphics and video. He started as an Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut and Motion and also worked as a freelance editor and motion designer. He has been involved in the production of many live projections, music videos and television graphics. He has also taught animation and 3D graphics as an educator at an art high school. He then joined Czech Television as an art director and motion designer, where he designed and implemented graphics for dozens of shows across channels and two complex redesigns of CT sport. After six years at CT, he moved to a marketing agency for mobile games and apps as a motion designer and now works again as a lecturer, motion designer and freelance animator.

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Teachers of Motion Design

How do I apply to Scholastika vocational school?

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    Pro podání přihlášky do VOŠ Scholastika vyplňte online formulář. Jedna přihláška platí pro více zaměření – vyberte ve formuláři.

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    Po jeho přijetí Vám pošleme předvyplněnou přihlášku v PDF a později také informace o přijímacím pohovoru.

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    Odevzdejte (odešlete) vyplněnou přihlášku do 31. 5. společně s požadovanými dokumenty, zaplaťe administrativní poplatek a přijďte na přijímací pohovor.

Applications for the class of 2024/25 will be accepted until May 31, 2024.

We will not be accepting new students for the 2024/25 academic year in Product Design. Thank you for your understanding.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Application to study

It is not currently possible to submit an online application for this field.

If you have any questions regarding the fields of study at Scholastika, please contact us via email

  • When will the open day be held?

    The Open Day in 2024 will take place in person on May 14th from 4 pm at the address of the school - VŠ Scholastika, Římská 12, Prague 2. The online open day will then take place on May 16th at 5.30 pm. You can find an invitation to this event and more information on our social media.

  • How can I apply to study at Scholastika?

    The first step is to complete and submit the online application form, which is listed above on this website. We will then email you a pre-filled application form in PDF format, which you need to return completed. You can send the application form to the school’s study department scanned by email to, by post to the school’s address (VŠ Scholastika, Římská 12, Prague 2, 120 00) or by prior arrangement you can deliver the application form in person to the school’s office. You must also pay an administrative fee of 700 CZK to the account number 6322645001/5500. Applications are accepted until the 31st of May 2024.

  • How does the admission interview work?

    Interviews will take place in the second half of June and August 2024, with specific dates to be announced in advance on our website and social media. Candidates should submit a portfolio of work focused on their field of study, with an optimum of 10 works, and show both interest and orientation in the field. The admissions interview is scored by an expert committee, according to defined criteria. The portfolio can be in physical or electronic form - on a portable disk, we are also interested in sketches and elaborated concepts of the applicants, we are happy to discuss the individual study goals of the applicants. Candidates have the opportunity to arrange a consultation of their homework with the teacher in advance.

  • Do I gain student status by studying at the Scholastika?

    Yes, Scholastika - Higher Vocational School of Visual Communication has been accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic (Ministerstvo školství, mládeže a tělovýchovi ČR) since 2015 for full-time study of higher vocational education, at the EQF 6 level.

  • For whom is the study at Scholastika intended?

    Studying at the school is ideal for graduates of vocational secondary schools or bachelor’s programmes who want to gain new practical and theoretical expertise based on the spectrum of our educational programme focused on the four areas of design. Studying at our school helps graduates start their own working career in the design field. The study is full-time, three-year and upon successful completion of the study and passing the state final exam, the student receives the degree of DiS.

  • What else could I find interesting about Scholastika?

    Scholastika organises accompanying activities for its students in the form of lectures and longer-term workshops by Czech and foreign guests from the world of art and design. Furthermore, the school organises regular excursions, guided tours of exhibitions in large institutions and small independent galleries and studios, school trips abroad for art and design (e.g. Venice Biennale, Salone del Mobile in Milan, Berlin Gallery Week, etc.).

    Students can use the school’s facilities, specialised studios (photography, art, games), sound studio, print lab, 3D printers, the CNC workshop and other technical equipment (photo, video, audio) along with the library for their own creation and individual study.