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After graduation

After graduation

Graduates of the bachelor Design Art Technology are self-reliant, artistic-critical designers who are able to independently make applied visual work with the help of technology.

Title and diploma 

After successfully completing the Design Art Technology course, you may use the title Bachelor of Arts. 

This course may be found in the Dutch Central Register of Courses in Higher Education (CROHO) under code 39111. The formal name of the course, under which it is known in CROHO, is Bachelor of Design. This CROHO name will appear on your diploma.

Students of Design Art Technology are extremely self-initiating and come up with very original work.


Starting work 

Endless possibilities

During the course, you will receive an extensive introduction to the many possibilities that exist in the discipline and you will choose your own direction. Accordingly, what our former students go on to do after the course varies strongly:  

  • Students who are good at programming sometimes choose to start work with leading international studios in the field of creative coding; there is a huge demand for creative coders in the professional field. Not infrequently, our students will be offered a job at the place where they have did an internship.
  • Others have gone on to work for design agencies, for instance in the field of information design, time-based installations and new technology;
  • Some have started their own design agencies or chosen to work as autonomous artists;
  • Yet others have started a collective that organises musical and cross-cultural events.   
After graduation, I got a great opportunity to go and work for a big studio, CLEVER°FRANKE. Along with a colleague, I made  AIML, a big art installation with a robotic arm that could draw. I now I work for lots of artists and designers on a freelance basis as their technical support and co-creator.



You will find former students working in the following roles:

  • Visual artist
  • Cultural agent
  • Creative coder
  • (Interaction) Designer
  • New media artist
  • Sound designer
  • Audiovisual artist


Our alumni work in various media, including:

  • Web design
  • Game engines
  • Machine learning
  • Prototyping
  • Robotics
  • Live performances
  • Open source
  • Virtual Reality
  • Artificial Intelligence

Organisations and partners

You will find our students working at the following organisations: Eye Film Institute, Upstream Gallery, Schiphol, NXP semiconductors, Go Short Film festival, RNDR studio, Li-Ma platform for media art, Creative Coding Utrecht, Mister Motley, Radio-astronomy station Dwingeloo, University: Politecnico di Milano, Italy, TUMO learning Lab, Armenia, University: Elisava Barcelona, Spain, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.

Continuing your studies? 

After the Design Art Technology course, you can continue your studies on a master course in the Netherlands or abroad, for example at the Royal College of Art in London, Leiden University or CAFA University in Beijing. 
Would you like to combine being an artist with a job as a teacher? After the bachelor Design Art Technology, you can obtain a first-level teaching qualification in two years. ArtEZ offers this study in both Arnhem and Zwolle.