Deadline for applying to the academic-year 2013/14 has passed
The Royal Institute of Art provides training in the field of fine arts. The Guest student programme is intended for foreign or Swedish students who study at a higher art education abroad or have just graduated from a comparable institution. The guest student can work with for example painting, sculpture and printmaking, as well as newer techniques such as video, photography and internet related media. The studies are based on the individual´s own choices. The guest student is assigned to a supervising professor, and provided with a studio space and access to the college´s workshops. The Guest student programme does not lead to any degree.
Length of studies The study period is one academic year and gives 60 ECTS credits. The autumn semester runs from the beginning of September to January, and the spring semester runs from the end of January to early June.
Facts about the guest programme in fine arts
Last application day: March 1 Requirements: Ongoing studies in fine art at a higher educational institution, or recently finished studies Number of ECTS credits: 60 Length of the programme: 1 academic year (no degree) Teaching language: English Application: Digitally on our website.
Eligibility Foreign or Swedish students who are currently studying at higher art institutions abroad or have just finished art degrees abroad are eligible to apply as guest students. A student from another Swedish higher art education may only be admitted through a reciprocal exchange, or if any other special reasons exist. Knowledge of Swedish is not necessary, but a good command of English is required to profit from the studies. Admission to the programme is made after assessment of the application by the professors´ group. There are 2 -3 places available for guest students each academic year.
Financing the studies Foreign students who have been accepted to a study programme in Sweden must show financial means for the support during the study time, to the immigration authorities.
There are admission and tuition fees in Swedish higher education for students from countries outside the EU/EEA area. The tuition fee at the Royal Institute of Art is 289 674 SEK per academic year, and the admission fee is 900 SEK. More information about fees here.
The academic year 2013/14 Kungl. Konsthögskolan can offer one (1) scholarship covering the tuition fee at a fine art programme or a programme at Mejan Arc. The scholarship is applied for in the digital application.