If you are found admissible after the entrance examination or audition, you need to satisfy the enrolment criteria to enrol on your course. Subsequently, you will have to re-enrol for each new academic year.
If you have completed your enrolment by 31 August you will be enrolled at ArtEZ as of 1 September. This is to say that the enrolment or re-enrolment has been finalised via Studielink and that you have met all other enrolment criteria. The current students have to do a re-enrolment application through Studielink for the following academic year at ArtEZ. Are you changing courses at ArtEZ? Then submit a new enrolment application through Studielink.
The Student Affairs Department will inform all new and current students about their (re-)enrolment. You can read all information about (the conditions for) (re-)enrolment and (payment of) tuition fees on our website. You can use the Studielink step-by-step plans to arrange your (re-)enrolment through Studielink.
Studielink will keep you informed of the progress of your registration or re-registration application by email, so check your mailbox regularly!
After you have passed your entrance examination/audition for your course at ArtEZ, you will have to meet the enrolment criteria below by 31 August to be able to start with your course at ArtEZ as of 1 September.
If you are a non-EU student, we strongly advise you to fulfill the enrolment criteria before the 1 June.
International students may be subject to additional enrolment criteria, such as a residence permit. Read our brochures for more information. It is always possible to contact the Student Affairs Department for more details.
In most cases your personal details are verified by Studielink through the Municipal Personal Records Database (BRP). If you are not registered in the BRP you will receive an email with the request to send a copy of your ID or passport to the Student Affairs Department. This copy must be received by this department no later than 31 August.
Eligibility for a study in higher professional education (HBO) requires that you have successfully completed your training in senior general secondary education (havo), pre-university education (vwo) or senior secondary vocational education, level 4 (mbo-4); for a Master’s programme the minimum requirement is a completed Bachelor’s programme or the equivalent. DUO will check your prior training details. If DUO is unable to verify your previous educational details, you will receive an email with the request to send a copy of your diploma and grade transcript to the Student Affairs Department. This copy must be received by this department no later than 31 August.
All study programmes have language requirements. Go to the language requirements to check the requirements which apply to your programme and send, if applicable, a copy of your language certificate at the required level to the Student Affairs Department. This copy must be received by this department no later than
31 August. Go to courses for the specific requirements.
This payment must be arranged no later than 31 August, go for more information to paying tuition fees. You can check your payable tuition fees yourself using the Tuition fee calculator. All students will be notified in June by the Student Affairs Department regarding payment of tuition fees.
Are you going to study at ArtEZ and do you have a study impediment? It’s important to inform the
student counsellor as soon as possible about your study impediment.
Go to studying with an impediment for more information.
You will receive a student card as proof of your registration. The Student Affairs Department will inform you before the start of the academic year.
If you fail to meet the enrolment criteria on time, you will not be allowed to start or continue your studies and hence not to sit exams.
You can withdraw or cancel your registration for the academic year 2018-2019 free of charge up to and including
31 August 2018 using Studielink.