FAQ

On the UiT web, it says application date for international students is both 1 December and 1 March. What is the correct date?The programme Master of Fine Art has application date 1 March for all applicants.

Is the programme taught entirely in English? Yes. All the teaching and writing is in English.

In the application components you ask for written descriptions about artistic direction and focus. What does that mean? We ask for a written description about artistic direction and focus regarding the portfolio work samples

Who is going to take part in the interview? The interview will be conducted by the committee.  It is composed of the leader of the committee, one member of the scientific staff, one external professional and two student representatives.

I am a resident outside of the EU. Do I need a visa to enter Norway? Please read about formal admission requirements for international applicants here

Do I have to live in Tromsø during the study? We expect the students to be living in Tromsø in the study periode.

Will I get my own studio? The Master students will have shared studio together with other Master students. The studios are ca 35 square metre, with a nice view.  All students have access to a wide range of professionally equipped workshops and facilities.

How long is one semester? In Norway the autumn semester usually starts in the middle of August, and ends in the middle of December. The spring semester is from the beginning of January, and until midth June.

Can I apply for exchange during the study? You may apply for exchange in the sercond semester. Your studies abroad are integrated in your study programme, so you do not loose your study progression.

I cannot be there when the semester start. What should I do? If you cannot meet up on the start date, please send a written application to student administration as soon as possible (kunstakademiet@umak.uit.no ). Documentation of the reason for absence must accompany the application. The academy only approves absences when significant grounds for absence can be documented. Holidays are not considered significant grounds.

I need a place to live. What do I do next? For student housing, please check out Samskipnaden

For private housing, take a look at Finn.no or Hybel.no

It can be difficult to find housing in Tromsø, so we advise you to apply for housing as soon as possible.

 




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