Organise your foreign plans step by step

Each student that goes abroad to study, complete a traineeship or as part of his/her artistic work needs to register in mobility online before departure. This registration automatically makes you apply for a grant. For most mobilities and grants there is a deadline (see below). 

STEP 1: Discuss your plans with your senior lecturer, traineeship coordinator or Liaison Officer Internationalisation of your study programme. Decide whether it is a good idea to leave, which partner institute or host organisation is the most interesting for you and which period is the most suitable. The list of our partner institutions and their respective websites can be found on Chamilo via studentenaangelegenheden (student affairs department) / internationaal (international).

STEP 2: Register online via this link. Registration for an international mobility in the academic year 2022-23 is possible from February 2022 only. This registration differs from your application at the partner school or internship workplace. For scholarships (Erasmus and others) an important deadline applies. You have to register before 25 March of the academic year preceding the year in which you plan your study or internship abroad. Only then can you win a scholarship and be included in the selection procedure. Registering after this date considerably reduces your chances of obtaining a scholarship.

STEP 3: For study abroad: contact the student affairs department to follow up your application. Prepare your portfolio or make your recording. Investigate the possibilities and conditions related to an exchange with the partner institutes that interest you. Every partner has its own deadlines for submitting an application. Be sure to check out the procedures on their website. You can find a list of partner institutes and their websites here. Many schools work with an academic calendar that differs from our calendar. View their calendar and investigate whether it is compatible with your own schedule and that of your annual programme.

For traineeship abroad: contact the host organisations abroad after consulting with your traineeship coordinator / coordinator Kunst in het Werkveld (Arts in Practice). 

STEP 4 : Students that are confirmed to go abroad will receive more information on further administration, insurances etc. before their departure.


STEP 5: 

I want to go abroad as a student

Gaining international experience within your study programme is easy at KASK & Conservatory. Since the art field is pre-eminently international, we have an excellent international network with partner institutions and organisations that can help you find your bearings on your artistic path.

During your studies at KASK & Conservatory you can study or do a traineeship abroad for a semester or an entire year. The easiest and most accessible way to do this is via the Erasmus+ programme. You can choose from a list of approved partner institutions. In addition, KASK & Conservatory have several bilateral agreements with institutes outside Europe. The list of our partner institutions and their websites can be found on Chamilo under "studentenaangelegenheden / internationaal". Another option to gain some international experience is in the context of a Bachelor or Master's Thesis.

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