International Applications

Are you…Talented in visual arts? Independent and responsible? Dedicated and motivated? Entrepreneurial?

    Full Bachelor Degree

    General Information

    If you are interested in taking a Bachelor course in Fine Art or Design at Willem de Kooning Academy, register online from October 2017 before May 1 2018 for the admission procedure, and register at Studielink. Both this application and the Studielink registration must be completed by May 1, 2018 at the latest. For the non-EU students the registration deadline is March 1, 2018. Find out how to apply for a study programme by following the step by step procedures through the link below.   PS: Join our International Portfolio Workshop from 7-10 February!

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Applying from an EU Country

Our admission procedure assesses if this specific type of education and a professional career after graduation suits you. Within a few weeks after the admission procedure, you will receive a notification about the results and a statement whether you are admitted or not.

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Applying from a Non-EU Country

Our admission procedure assesses if this specific type of education and a professional career after graduation suits you. When you want to apply for a bachelor study programme at the Willem de Kooning Academy, please follow the steps through Read More link below.

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Visa Procedure

If you are a student from a non-EU/EEA country or Switzerland, you are obliged to apply for a visa. To make sure you meet all requirements and deadlines, please follow the steps in visa applications procedure through the VISA Procedure for Non-EU Nationals link below.

VISA Procedure for Non-EU Nationals
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Scholarships

If you are a non-EU student and wish to apply for a Holland scholarship, you are asked to send in – among other criteria – a letter of motivation. Deadline is April 1 2017. Please note: Fine Art & Design Teacher Training and Leisure Management courses are only taught in Dutch. If you want to apply for one of these courses, a good command of Dutch language is required (NT2, level 2). Follow the link Scholarships for non-EU students for more information.

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