Are you motivated by the power of the arts to enable change? Do you believe in the endless positive possibilities of humanity? Do you hope to dedicate your thoughts and artistic practice to defend human rights, to challenge injustice and to resolve conflict? Do you want to use your practice to inform and activate a new generation of critical thinkers who will challenge the existing orthodoxies and the status quo? Join us in our creative endeavour to use the arts as a vehicle for change.
You enrol via Studielink and will be asked to submit the following documents:
- a copy of your passport;
- a copy of your bachelor diploma (preferably in English and with a list of credits);
- a language certificate (before 31 August. If you need a residence permit, the delivery deadline is 31 May!).
Language requirements apply to all master studies. For this master: IELTS 6.0 or similar is required. More information >>.
After enrolment, you will receive an email regarding the admission procedure.
You will be asked to submit the following entries while your diplomas (if already obtained on the moment of application) and documents will be verified:
- your CV;
- an artist statement, in which you make connections between your arts practice, interests and your reason for applying;
- a portfolio that gives a clear representation of your current practice.
Based on your admission entries will be decided if you will be invited for an interview.
If selected, a first interview will be conducted by Lotte Wandel, the programme’s learning coordinator.
If the outcome of the first interview is positive, you will be asked to write a short, critical reflection in the form of writing your own reference.This reference will be used as the entrance point for a second interview by another member of team of the international Master Artist Educator programme.
After the second interview you will be notified within two weeks’ time about the outcome of the admission process.
If you are a non-EU/EEA resident, there are two scholarships you can apply for: the ArtEZ Scholarship and the Holland Scholarship. The deadline for both scholarships is May 1st. Please contact Student Affairs for information about scholarships, residence permits, and any other related questions.
As Non EU/EEA student, you must transfer a financial guarantee.
Non EU/EEA students that apply for a ArtEZ and/or Holland scholarship:
EU/EEA and other non EU-EEA students:
In case you have any questions regarding the admission procedure, feel free to contact our Learning Coordinator, Ms. Lotte Wandel:firstname.lastname@example.org