At HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, you can choose from a broad range of master's courses and pathways.
Courses in English
Are you the arts manager of the future? A Master of Arts in Arts Management degree will prepare you for this career. During our 1-year full-time Master's programme, practical experience is linked directly to theoretical knowledge.
The MA Creative Design for Digital Cultures (MA CDDC) is a master's programme that trains students as specialists in the creative industry.
The program consists of seminars, workshops, studios, and tutorials where artists, architects, curators, designers, and various theorists share their knowledge, creativity, and professional insights with MaHKU students.
Master Scenography students at HKU Theatre are trained to transform any environment into a theatrical surrounding, through supervising and stimulating the development of their creative and intellectual capabilities.
Courses in Dutch
Ben je werkzaam in het kunsteducatieve werkveld als bijvoorbeeld kunstvakdocent, kunstenaar of consulent, en wil je je kennis verdiepen en verbreden? Dan is de Master Kunsteducatie aan de HKU iets voor jou!
The courses Master of Arts in Fine Art, Master of Arts in Design, Master of Arts in Creative Design for Digital Cultures and Master of Arts in Arts Management (MA AM) are all validated by the Open University in England and therefore meet the British academic standards.
These MA-courses are validated by the Open University and subject to the stringent quality standards maintained under QAA (Quality Assurance) regulations of United Kingdom higher education. When you’ve successfully completed the programme you’ll receive a postgraduate (MA) Open University validated Award.
The MA is recognized in all countries acknowledging United Kingdom degrees and awards. It is up to the country of the student’s origin to legalise the diploma.
The other master's courses are accredited under Dutch law and meet the Dutch academic standards.