Practical matters

Application and admission

The entry requirements in arts education vary from one institute to another and often even from one department to another. To be admitted to a bachelor's course at the Theatre School you must at any rate be in possession of a diploma of pre-university education (VWO), higher general secondary education (HAVO), intermediate vocational education (MBO), or an equivalent or higher diploma. For admission to a postgraduate or master's course you must at any rate be in possession of a relevant bachelor's degree.

Whoever wants to embark on a training course for a career in the arts must have the capacities to be able to work in that profession later on. High demands are made on talent, skills, discipline, motivation, and physical capacities. A preliminary training is required for a number of courses in the performing arts. There are also courses that offer orientation courses.

You can find more information about the admission and selection procedures of the courses offered by the Theatre School in the description of the study programmes.


Registering as a student

It is only after being admitted to the programme that you can register as a student of the Amsterdam School of the Arts (AHK). You can do this on-line, making use of undefinedStudielink, the portal for enrolment in higher education in the Netherlands. Studielink allows you to arrange your application for (re-)enrolment, cancellation or change of address at a single location on-line. With your Proof of Admittance you will receive further information on how to use Studielink. With questions regarding Studielink you can contact the Central Student Administration of the AHK.

After all your personal data and preparatory education have been verified and accepted, you must also register at the Amsterdam School of the Arts. You need to sign a registration form that will be sent to you before June. You complete the registration procedure by paying your tuition fee in time. At the start of the academic year you will receive your student card.

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