If you are interested and wish to find out whether you are eligible for admission, please register by filling in the application form. In reply, you will receive an email with the information about application deadlines, required documents and the admission procedure, which can also be found below. Please note: for a complete application all candidates must register by filling in the application form as well as sending the required documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. See the steps in the ‘application procedures’ section below.
Candidates must be BA or MA graduates of an art or design academy and must present their reasons for wishing to enrol in this course on the basis of a portfolio of their work and an accompanying letter. Candidates are expected to have developed an interdisciplinary approach to interior architecture, to feel a fascination for human needs and behaviour in a world whose social and cultural parameters are constantly changing, and to be well informed about recent developments in their specific field.
Selection round 1 is late February 2014 (EU and Non EU members)
Selection round 2 is late April 2014 (EU and Non EU members)
Selection round 3 is late May 2014 (EU and Non EU members)
Last selection round is end of June 2014 (EU members only!).
If you wish to apply, please
1. fill in the application form
2. scan the following documents necessary for admission (not larger than 100 kb each): a copy of the candidate’s passport, a visa (if applicable), a copy of relevant diplomas, an application for a Nuffic certificate (if applicable), a high resolution scan of your passport photo (not larger than 1MB)
3. send your PDF portfolio (max 10 MB , large files are not accepted), CV and motivation letter with Wetransfer to email@example.com.
The portfolio should give an impression of your motivation, ideas and skills relevant for a Master in interior architecture. Your PDF portfolio contains relevant work of your BA study and/or working experience or other creative activities like drawings, paintings projects with renderings, pictures of models.
For European students it is 1.770 euros, for non european students it is 4.500 euros. Please note that each year the tuition fee will be adapted.
Please check the latest info at http://www.kabk.nl/pageEN.php?id=0017.
Your proficiency in English should be sufficient. Students should send a proof of English proficiency comparable to a TOEFL-test (internet based) with a minimum score of 83, or an IELTS-test (overall band) with a score of 6.0.
We focus on 21 students first year students; 7 students per studio.
Dates and deadlines of admission
Deadline of admission is end of May 2014 for non EU members, and end of June 2014 for EU members.
General information to study in The Netherlands
International students can find specific information here: http://www.kabk.nl/pageen.php?id=0602
For visa requirements visit: http://english.ind.nl/
Concerning grants and scholarships you can also find information on the following websites:
- Erasmus Mundus
Working in the Netherlands after Graduation
With an INSIDE Master Diploma, Non-EU students can apply for a Search Year after their Graduation. This Residence Permit allows you to work for a full year in the Netherlands without your employer needing to apply for a working permit/visa etc. See: http://www.ind.nl/en/Residence-Wizard/work/orientation-year%20for-graduates-in-the-netherlands/Pages/default.aspx
If you need additional information, send an email to Marja van der Burgh, Coordinator of INSIDE. Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.