"I'm always looking for the essence; for clarity and simplicity. I try to apply this to my teaching as well."
Upon completion of the Fine Art and Design in Education course in Arnhem, you will bear the title of Bachelor of Education and be fully qualified to teach. Most graduates work as art teachers or art educators. About half of our alumni combine the job with their own practice.
Research among ArtEZ alumni (2013) has shown that most graduates start working as teachers, for example at a school, in primary and secondary education, or in senior secondary vocational education and training or higher professional education, teaching subjects such as drawing, new media, handicrafts, art history, culture and the arts, and art in general.
Alumni also work outside school as teachers, for example in an arts centre, where they give courses to children or adults, or as educational assistants at a museum. A number of alumni work both in and out of school.
Approximately half of the alumni have a combined professional practice and work as teachers or educators as well as creators; often hybrid, sometimes specifically aimed at autonomous or applied. Below is a selection of alumni who have recently graduated, showing their current occupations:
ArtEZ provides graduates with such services as start-up guidance when they are setting up their own business.
When you graduate from the Fine Art and Design in Education bachelor course, you can also continue studying in a master course, for example Master of Education in Arts or the Artist Educator master course at ArtEZ.