We offer the programmes Fine Arts and Design at the bachelor's level. Within Fine Arts, you can choose between ArtScience and Fine Arts. Within Design, you can choose Photography, Graphic Design, Interior Architecture and Furniture Design, Interactive Media Design, and Textile and Fashion.

At the master's level, we offer the programmes Interior Architecture (INSIDE), Type and Media, Artistic Research, Industrial Design and Non-Linear Narrative. We also offer the master programme ArtScience in close collaboration with the Royal Conservatoire.

In addition, it is possible to earn a PhD with the programme PhDArts in collaboration with Leiden University. Finally, we offer various preparatory study programmes including School for Young Talent (for Dutch secondary school students), the Preparatory Year, and the Orientation Course.

The study programme for all the bachelor's degrees is spread into four years and for the master's in two years, with the exception of the Master Type & Media which takes one year to complete.

Yes, it is possible to study part-time at the KABK. The Fine Arts and Photography departments offer part-time programmes. 

Please note that it is not possible to study part-time when a visa is required to study in the Netherlands.

Yes, the KABK organises one Open Day per year to take place late January. Next to that we organise diverse information sessions, which take place at the KABK and during selected external events. Check this overview page for the latest updates and visit our agenda regularly for all our upcoming public events.

Of course we can. Please note that the most detailed information about each programme can be found on our website.

Choose a programme

No. All the bachelor and master programmes at the KABK start in September.

No. We do provide our students with the information they need to find accommodation in The Hague.

The KABK has excellent workshop facilities; from the 3D workshop to the sculpture lab, from textile workshops to printmaking workshops as well as photography workshops, ceramics workshops and more. Other facilities include art supply stores, photocopying facilities, a library, and a canteen. Each student is given a personal student card, which can be used for printing. 

Approximately 47% of the student population is non-Dutch.

All bachelor and master programmes are taught in English.

The Royal Academy of Art The Hague (KABK) offers the following Preparatory courses to prospective students wishing to prepare themselves for one of the regular study programmes at the KABK:

Yes, we do. Read more about the Orientation course at the KABK.

The KABK does not offer any summer courses.