DAI OFFERS A PRIORITY TRACK TO CANDIDATES WISHING TO APPLY FOR A PLACEMENT 2021-2023, WHILE ALSO DESIRING TO APPLY FOR AN ARTEZ SCHOLARSHIP.
THURSDAY 25 MARCH 2021 (23:23:59 GMT+1)
while the DEADLINE for the ArtEZ Scholarship applications is May 1, 2021.
For this priority track we will start reviewing on a rolling base. So here our adage regarding your submission is: the sooner, the better!
- that only very, very few ArtEZ scholarships have been made available for the entire ArtEZ University. In 2020 Marilú Mapengo Namoda, artist, researcher, feminist activist from Mozambique, was the only DAI applicant awarded with the ArtEZ scholarship.
- that according to the criteria DAI's Head of Program "will have to justify your talent", which we, at DAI, paraphrase as:
we will exclusively write strong recommendations for those (non-EU passport holding) students whose application, portfolio and CV stand out because of their commitment as artist/activist/researcher, coming from an underserved or complex socio-economic/cultural/political/national context or background. We furthermore must require the ArtEZ scholarship applicants (once they have been selected and offered a placement) to give us clear insight in their (financial) situation and additional funding options that can and will be explored.
All other non-EU passport holding applicants remain warmly (!!) welcome to apply to our program but we gently urge you to refrain from applying for the ArtEZ scholarship. Thank you so much for your understanding. Please know that, once accepted, we will be more than happy to help you with glowing recommendations for your alternative funding applications.
After your Admissions Trajectory has been succesfully concluded and you have been offered a placement at the DAI and now want to apply for the ArtEZ Scholarship 2021 you are advised to contact Rik Fernhout, the DAI's Senior Coordinator for Study Trajectory & Student Affairs who will be happy to provide support and advice.