Courses & ECTS credits 2021-2022

The Master ArtScience programme amounts to 120 ECTS and lasts two academic years.

See below the curriculum overview for Years 1 and 2.

CoursesECTS
ArtScience Courses of Choice*18
Introduction1
Introduction to ArtScience1
Introduction to Studio Techniques1
Individual Study Track (IST)9
M1/M2-Meetings (Semester 1+2)4
Manic Mondays2
Presentation Semester 18
Presentation Semester 215
Total study points per year60

*The ‘ArtScience Courses of Choice’ in the curriculum can be chosen from all the courses offered by the department (or in collaboration with KC/KABK) that are mentioned in the Course Descriptions (including those in the Exchange Weeks with Sonology and Composition). The student is required to follow enough courses to obtain the amount of ECTS as mentioned in the Curriculum of his/her year of study. Eventually, other courses within KC/KABK and MediaTechnology (Leiden University) can alternatively be taken, but only after prior approval by coach or head of department and to a maximum of 6 ECTS. Courses part of the CASS Exchange Weeks count as normal ArtScience courses.

CoursesECTS
ArtScience Courses of Choice*

8

Individual Study Track (IST)13
M1/M2-Meetings (Semester 1+2)4
Manic Mondays2
Master Thesis8
Presentation Semester 18
Preview Exam2
Presentation Semester 2 (Master Final Presentation)15
Total study points per year60

*The ‘ArtScience Courses of Choice’ in the curriculum can be chosen from all the courses offered by the department (or in collaboration with KC/KABK) that are mentioned in the Course Descriptions (including those in the Exchange Weeks with Sonology and Composition). The student is required to follow enough courses to obtain the amount of ECTS as mentioned in the Curriculum of his/her year of study. Eventually, other courses within KC/KABK and MediaTechnology (Leiden University) can alternatively be taken, but only after prior approval by coach or head of department and to a maximum of 6 ECTS. Courses part of the CASS Exchange Weeks count as normal ArtScience courses.

OER 2021-2022

Education and Examination Regulations

You can find information about the regulations and provisions dealing with the organisation of the programme and the assessments and examinations related to it in the Education and Examination Regulations of the Royal Conservatoire.

(Education and Examination Regulations in Dutch: Onderwijs- en examenregeling; OER)