|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||4 years|
|Tuition fee||€7,800.00 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
At least 1 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
A relevant portfolio is required.
Student must submit an interactive portfolio (website, weblog, Flickr album or something similar) to prove his/her previously acquired technical skills and the ability to design.
CD-s and DVD-s should be sent directly to the University.
Student must take part in an assessment (by telephone or by means of webcam) to establish his/her communicative skills
We advise you to make sure you have an authenticated birth certificate ready, as you may also need it for formalities upon arrival in Holland.
The world we live in is changing radically and very rapidly, because of the speed with which technology is developing. It has become a fact of life that technology is ever-present in our society. As a result of this, information is there for the taking or even imposed upon people. Moreover, because of designers’ boundless creativity, communication means are now literally and figuratively unlimited.
Citizens in today’s society play an (inter)active role in a virtual world that they are able to influence to a certain extent. Consequently the individual’s increasing independence will lead to a spectacular increase of choices, which in its turn will result in an infinite number of designs for spreading and sharing information.
Saxion’s school of Applied Art and Technology aspires to continue educating students for management and creative jobs, in which perspective as well as looking and thinking ahead while working guarantee creative, innovative and ethical contributions to society. If you are interested in this course you need to be creative and interested in technology. You should have the ability to share knowledge, skills and opinions, bring these up for discussion and take responsibility for the content of your contribution. Your task will be to work independently and acquire competencies linked to the final attainment levels. To achieve this, the school of Applied Art and Technology pays much attention to the development of communicative and management skills, as a result of which the students will be able to share their helicopter view with colleagues, employees and customers.
For students who graduate from Art & Technology there are a great number of job opportunities in various disciplines. You can find employment in multimedia or internet companies, but there is also a great demand from advertising companies, research institutes, audio-video companies or Communication and IT agencies. The Art & Technology programme covers a wide range of subjects and enables you to acquire both a management post that involves leading a multi-media team of specialists and to work as a producer yourself. In the near future there will be an even higher demand for A&T graduates.