Admission requirements Master Non Linear Narrative

Interested applicants should preferably have a background in graphic design with a graphic design bachelor to prove that. Students from other disciplines with a demonstrated interest in and knowledge of design (for example architecture, film or journalism) - are welcome to apply. Where necessary, admitted students from other disciplines are offered a Clinic - a crash course in a specific field - to acquire, for example, the necessary proficiency in programming.

General requirements

In order to apply for the master’s Fine Art & Design Non Linear Narrative at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, candidates

  • must hold a bachelor’s degree in a related field and
  • be proficient in both spoken and written English
    Non-EU/EEA candidates are required to provide proof of English Language proficiency.
    EU/EEA candidates' English language level will be assessed during their interview/entry examination day.

Specific requirements

In your application you'll need to provide the following:

  • Your digital portfolio (max 20 MB, max 20 pages)
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of motivation

Application deadlines

The Master Non Linear Narrative processes applications on a rolling basis from October to May, until all positions in the cohorts are filled. We work with the following deadlines:

Priority deadline EU/EEA students: 1 March (2020)

Final deadline non-EU/EEA students: 1 March (2020)

Final deadline EU/EEA students: 1 May (2020)

We encourage you to submit your application by the priority deadline. By the final deadline, there is a possibility that a waiting list will have already been formed.

Note: Each application deadline entails registration via Studielink and submission of required documents incl. portfolio.

How to apply - Check the steps