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Industrial Design Post Graduate Course

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The Post Graduate Course Industrial Design (ID) has existed since 1950 and is the oldest acknowledged course in the field of Design and Industrial Design in the Netherlands. Prominent individuals including Gerrit Rietveld, Frans de La Haye and Renny Ramakers were either students or teachers at this particular course.

ID is a part-time education for students from an international field and its scope is between industrial design and design -offering the right mix of skills, culture and industry. Jacob de Baan initiated major changes in the profile of the course. 

Profile of the study 

Teachers who are full-time professionals in their respective fields teach the postgraduate course. Teachers and guest teachers are invited on the basis of the relevance of their design activities, and the required knowledge and skills. As a result, the reality level of the course will be high. The various backgrounds of the students will also provide added value.

Location and times

The course consists of six separate blocks of half a year each. The student will receive credits for each block, resulting in the diploma after six blocks. The classes will be in the KABK building, Prinsessegracht 4 in The Hague. Outside classes and during regular opening hours of the Academy, students may use the various workshops any time of the week. Classes will be on Wednesdays and Thursdays 16:00 to 21:45 hrs. An additional ten to fifteen hours a week should be taken into account to work on assignments.

Application

If you wish to apply for  the programme please fill out the application form.
You will receive detailed information about the procedure. 

Registration and fees 

Potential candidates are invited to register by submitting the registration form and a CD-ROM containing a selection of their own work. An assessment meeting with an admission committee will be part of the admission procedure. For the Industrial Design course tuition fees, excluding materials please see here

Times, contents and curriculum are subject to change and conditional. If you’re interested in the course Industrial Design, please contact the Coordinator of Industrial Design, Jacob de Baan.


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Last updated: 2016-10-11


   
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