Here you will find more information about selecting an area of study and following a programme at ArtEZ. If you're interested in an art programme, we strongly advise that you attend our open days and study try-outs.
Choosing a course isn’t always easy. How do you make the right decision? To help with this, we organise various information sessions throughout the year.
To study in the Netherlands non-EU (European Union)/ non-EEA (European Economic Area) students need a visa.
All our study programmes have language requirements. Find out what level is required for your study programme.
There are various kinds of grants and scholarships international students can apply for.
Would you like to take an entrance examination or audition for a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or associate degree? Then please apply online via Studielink. Once you’ve been admitted, you’ll need to enrol. Step 1: read our tips.
The Student Affairs Department helps with anything you may need to arrange for your studies. The International Office will aid you in practical matters with regard to studying in the Netherlands, while the student counsellors are available for personal questions.
The student counsellors are there for you to discuss various topics in confidence, be it your study progress, other study issues or questions of a personal nature.
Studying in Arnhem, Enschede or Zwolle? We’ll give you a visual introduction, but come check it out for yourself during our open days as well.
Be prepared for your study in the Netherlands. Check these practical matters and regulations!
You can also study for a short period at ArtEZ as an exchange student. Check our partner schools.
The International Student Circle (ISC) runs as a platform/community for students to exchange information and expertise, get known and connected with each other, and more importantly, share and create possibilities and opportunities for studies and practices internally and externally.