What is important to us
Our prime concern is to successfully educate our students. It is through interaction with them that we shape HKB. High calibre of students, not high quantity, is our priority. We want students who, through their experimentation and gained skills, and through their successes and failures, will become the most perceptive, creative personalities.
Setting the course
The HKB accepts the challenges of the future. A vision, six development goals and associated implementation measures outline the coordinate system in which our university intends to develop over the next five years.
The development of the university in 2025 must be understood as a dynamic and open process, because in the face of an ever-accelerating world we must continue to be able to absorb external impulses and adapt our teaching and research content and structures for the benefit of our students. Thus, the development goals take on the role of centres of gravity in terms of content in order to initiate processes of change at their core. This is done with the intention of being able to offer the students of the HKB a contemporary design or artistic education under constantly changing conditions.
Code of Conduct
The HKB brings together people with different identities and of various backgrounds. While this diversity is enriching, it also harbours the potential for conflict when dealing with one another. This guideline is intended to support both staff and students in avoiding, recognizing and naming intolerable behaviour and actively taking action against it.