The deadline for applications is May 1st.

Yes, all international students need a valid health and liability insurance in order to stay and study in the Netherlands. Please consult Nuffic's website studyinholland.nl for more information.

All international students should have a good level of English: IELTS 6 or TOEFL 83-internet based test. (IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System, TOEFL stands for Test of English as a Foreign Language).

We do not require a specific English certificate, but your English will be evaluated during your entrance exam. The department may require a certificate if they suspect that your level of English is not up to the minimum requirement of IELTS 6 (overall score) and TOEFL 83-internet based test. Chinese applicants, however, are required to hand in a Nuffic certificate that shows that they have a certain level of competency in the English language.

No.

Yes, we do and we charge students a small fee that must be paid when commencing the course.

Incoming Erasmus exchange students should contact their Erasmus coordinator or International Office for more information. We receive applications from the International Offices to be considered for the exchange programme. Find out more about international exchange - incoming students at the KABK.

Incoming exchange students from a non-Erasmus partner university should contact their International Office for more information. We receive applications from the International Offices to be considered for the exchange programme. Find out more about international exchange - incoming students at the KABK.

You can study at the KABK as an international free mover/visiting student. The application procedure is the same as for Erasmus students. Important: all visiting students/free movers will have to pay tuition fees for their study period at the Academy. Find out more about free mover / visiting students at the KABK.