Study abroad

The Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) strives after an international learning environment for its students. This is accomplished by means of creating an international atmosphere within the academy and by stimulating international learning trajectories in the form of exchange programmes and internships abroad.

You can always study abroad at one of our Erasmus or Non-Erasmus partners. If the institution you wish to apply to for an exchange period is in Europe, you may apply for the Erasmus+ grant. If the institution is outside the European Economic Area (EEA) you may apply for the Holland Scholarship.

Study abroad with a grant/scholarship

The Erasmus+ grant is meant for KABK students who wish to apply for an exchange period at one of our Erasmus partner institutions.

Read carefully the Erasmus Student Charter with information on regulations before, during and after your mobility period.

Selection criteria

The International Office of the KABK selects students who wish to apply for the Erasmus+ grant, based on their motivation letter and grades. Head(s) of the departments can provide advice on the decision.

Start your application for an Erasmus+ grant

The Holland Scholarship is a scholarship made available by the Dutch Ministry of Education Culture and Science together with Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences. It is meant for students who want to study, do research or an internship outside the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the EU countries and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

The Holland Scholarship is available for students of the KABK who want to study or do an internship outside of the EEA. You cannot apply for the scholarship after your graduation.

Scholarship amount

The scholarship amounts to a one-off payment of € 1,250 and is meant as a contribution towards your study expenses.

Selection criteria

  • You are following a full-time programme at the KABK
  • You will use the scholarship for studying, doing research or an internship with a minimum duration of three months and a minimum of 15 ECTS
  • Your study or internship will take place in a country outside the EEA
  • Heads of departments nominate the students. The final selection is made by the International Office based on the motivation letter and grades of each student.

Start your application for a Holland Scholarship

Deadlines to hand in your application at the International office of the KABK for a study abroad with an Erasmus+ grant or a Holland Scholarship are:

  • 1 March for an exchange period abroad during the 1st Semester of the academic year
  • 15 September for an exchange period abroad during the 2nd Semester of the academic year

Partner institutions