HKU University of the Arts Utrecht offers preparatory courses, bachelor and master programmes and research degrees in fine art, design, media, games and interaction, music, theatre and arts management.
With more than 3,900 students, HKU University of the Arts Utrecht is one of the largest art and culture-oriented institutes in Europe.
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Courses in English
Bachelor of Fine Art
You learn the various techniques for expressing yourself visually. You also learn how you can discover and use your visual abilities and how to convert your ideas and emotions into shapes.
Bachelor of Music (BMus)
The Bachelor of Music programmes guide you towards your future career as a performing musician, teacher, conductor, producer or composer.
Master of Arts in Fine Art
MA Fine Art opens windows on the visual world while mapping a broad spectrum of phenomena and attitudes connected to that visual world - and to life itself. Besides traditional fine art forms such as painting, sculpture, and photography, the programme focuses on many transmedial forms of visual expression. These include media art, the exploration of social/urban environments, and the construction of visual knowledge.
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.
Master of Music, Music Design
The Master of Music (MMus) gives you the opportunity to develop further as an instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, producer, sound designer or music technologist.
Filmmaker Mirka Duijn joins team professorship Interactive Narrative Design
She will set out to build expertise with interactive and dynamic forms of storytelling such as games, virtual reality, augmented reality and interactive documentaries
HKU's professor of Interactive Narrative Design keynote speaker at Games as Arts Festival (UK)
Keynote as part of the first edition of the Games as Arts/Arts as Games Festival organised by the MetaMakers Institute