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New master in Arts and Education

As a Teaching Artist ...

... you can count on educational interactions, a strong portion of artistic inspiration and interesting collaborations. Your expertise in the arts inspires your educational approach and vice versa. Teaching is inspiring for students and teachers.

... you break through the walls of art education and bring your passion to all corners of the broad arts education sector. Collaboration with a broad field of work is therefore a major asset of the program. Many of the training activities are organized in collaboration with art houses, companies, ensembles, orchestras, art education, cultural centers and other art educational organizations.

... you have a double profile: teacher and artist. Mastery in (art) education is linked to mastership in the arts, therefore the Education Master's program integrates the training of artists and teachers. Students who choose this course will specialize in their art discipline or are already specialized and at the same time build up educational competences within a practical, metropolitan context.

Four reasons to become a Teaching Artist

  • Grow as an artist
  • Increase your chances in the field
  • Deepen yourself as an artist
  • Broaden your view

Read more about the master in Art and education

The Masters in Music and Performing Arts & Education contains the following domains and specializations:


DRAMA: Acting, Music creation and performance arts and Media, writing & performance arts

MUSIC: Instrument/Vocal studies, Composition, Direction and Jazz/Light Music

A renowned and specialized teaching staff provides individualized coaching within the various specializations, with an eye for the individual needs and wishes of each student. In this way every student can profile himself within the study program to the highest possible artistic and artistic pedagogical norm. A broad basis of artistic, didactic and general cultural competences, in both theoretical and practice-oriented contexts, leads to mastery.

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