International Applications, BA
Are you…Talented in visual arts? Independent and responsible? Dedicated and motivated? Entrepreneurial?
Full Bachelor DegreeIf you are interested in taking a Bachelor course in Fine Art or Design at Willem de Kooning Academy, register online before March 1st, 2020, for the admission procedure, and register at Studielink. For the EU aspirants, both this application and the Studielink registration must be completed by March 1st, 2020, at the latest. For the non-EU students, the registration deadline is March 1st, 2020. Find out how to apply for a study programme by following the step by step procedures through the link below. The tuition fee for the Bachelor and Master courses (Full-time, Dutch and EU citizens) is 2.143,00 euro (2020). The tuition fee for the non-EU Bachelor students is +/- 8.255,00 euro and for the Master students +/- 10.440 euro.
Applying from an EU Country
For the EU aspirants, both this application and the Studielink registration must be completed by March 1st, 2020, at the latest. 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. The schedule of admission weeks will be published soon.Apply now Home assignments Portfolio Checklist Read More
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.Apply Home assignments Portfolio Checklist Read More
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
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 2020. If you are selected you will receive a notification. 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.Scholarships for non-EU students