St.Joost - 's-Hertogenbosch. Milfología. Amsterdam Merit Scholarships - Grantfinder. Application documents. In the Online Admission System, at Step 8: Supporting documents you can upload digital copies of the documents that are required to process your application.
Alternatively, you can send hard-copies of your documents to the relevant Faculty Admissions Office. Please note that this may increase the processing time of your application, since we will have to wait for the documents to arrive. Therefore, we strongly advise you to use the upload option in OAS. Which documents are required may differ per programme. To minimize the processing time of your application it is very important that you carefully check the relevant Faculty information on admission requirements to find out which application documents are required for the programme of your choice. Required documents Documents that generally will be required for all programmes are: A copy of your valid passport (the page(s) in your passport mentioning your personal data and previous visa to the Netherlands) or ID card.
Certification. Studying abroad - Amsterdam School of the Arts. The Amsterdam School of the Arts has a highly international student population; more than a quarter of the students are from outside the Netherlands.
The international students are already experiencing the richness and challenges of studying in a culturally and artistically different environment than their home country. For international students who still feel the need to explore their boundaries during their study at the AHK, participation in student exchange programmes like Erasmus can help them fulfil their need. The Amsterdam School of the Arts offers its international students two possibilities to finance a short study or internship period abroad. The student exchange programme from the European Union (the Erasmus programme) aims to stimulate students to study or do an internship in another EU country. The AHK has several bilateral agreements with guest institutions in Europe.
Netherlands Fellowship Programmes — Study in Holland. The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) promote capacity building within organisations in 50 countries by providing training and education through fellowships for professionals.
The NFP is initiated and fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for development cooperation. Important notice A new phase of the NFP (NFP II) started on 1 July 2013. This new phase leads to policy changes which have an impact on procedures and criteria. The information provided on these web pages applies to the February 2014 and May 2014 deadlines.New application and selection procedures apply starting with the deadline of October 2014.There is one fellowship application deadline per year for PhD. More information on the new procedures for the October 2014 deadline and onwards, and other changes with regard to NFP II, will be made available in mid 2014. Ssc - Language policy. All courses at HKU University of the Arts Utrecht are taught in Dutch, unless otherwise indicated.
Students who have had their prior training outside the Netherlands or Flanders, must comply with the language requirement. Bachelor coursesThe language requirement for bachelor courses is A Dutch language*proficiency of NT2 - program 2 / CNaVT - PAT or PTHO profile. An English language** proficiency is only possible for • Bachelor of Music at HKU Utrechts Conservatorium.• Bachelor of Fine Art . The minimum score should beIELTS*** 6 / TOEFL Paper: 550 / TOEFL Computer: 213 / TOEFL Internet: 80 / TOEIC: 670 / Cambridge Esol: CAE-C.
Master coursesThe language requirement for master courses (except for Master of Arts in Arts Management) is A Dutch language* proficiency of NT 2 program 2. An English language** proficiency is only possible for the • Master of Music • Master of Arts in Art Management• Master of Arts in Education ***Please note that you will have to take the academic IELTS-test. MA Creative Design for Digital Cultures. The MA Creative Design for Digital Cultures (MA CDDC) is a master's programme that trains students as specialists in the creative industry.
The MA CDDC has three pathways: • Games and Interaction Design• Film, Animation and Media Design• Music and Sound Design Each pathway represents a specialism: from games, cross-media productions and computer animation to music design, production and technology. It focuses on searching for and designing creative applications for the various media and the solutions they can provide. The different programmes follow the same curriculum, whereby all the disciplines work together. The cost of living and study are estimated as follows (on a yearly basis): • Legal tuition fee € 11.000,-• Estimated costs for accommodation € 4.500,-• Estimated costs for living and other expenses € 4.300,- Total: € 19.800,- Some additional costs for individual projects, readers, books, digital material and the like will also be on your own account.
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