Admissions Procedure / Enrollment

2nd round application deadline:

05 MAY 2019 __ before 23:59:59 (NL time)

1st round application deadline (17 MARCH 2019) is now closed. Thank you for your submissions.

Your uploaded application materials & portfolio will be evaluated by the Admissions Committee. Promising candidates, who passed the first online selection round, will be invited for interview(s) via Skype. In most cases a decision about your application will be conveyed to you within six to eight weeks. If however, the Admissions Committee is split, we will automatically add your application to the next round.

If you come across an application deadline for a scholarship or educational grant you are eligible to apply for (which is earlier than May 2019), and if the funding agency explicitly requires a letter of acceptance from the educational institution at which you wish to study – please contact us.

EU applicants and self-funding* non-EU applicants have been welcomed to apply for either deadline, but applying sooner rather than later is advised. Please note that non-EU applicants often need more time to search for funding and to arrange housing, permits, etc. Read more.

If the year’s enrollment is already full, your application may be taken in consideration for the next academic year.

Incoming students may only enter our program in September/ October during the official start of a new academic year. It is not possible to enroll in January at mid-term.

For further information, you may contact our senior Admission co-ordinator Rebecca Sakoun (who usually reads and responds to emails approx.once a week). 

*Non-EU applicants whising to be considered for an ArtEZ Scholarship and/or Holland Scholarship nomination had to apply to the DAI by the March 17 deadline. 

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After the selection procedure:

AFTER you've been accepted as a student into our program, you must register via Studielink as soon as possible to officially confirm and complete your enrollment.

Studielink is the Dutch government's digital enrollment and re-enrollment site, especially developed for higher education. As a student, you will manage your own data on Studielink. You will arrange for each year's re-enrollment through the Studielink website and can also enter any changes of address or other data.
Go to http://artez.studielink.nl.

Logging in for the first time on Studielink and in need of help? Please contact ArtEZ Student Affairs: S.vanKrieken@ArtEZ.nl

 

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