To be eligible for the Master's programme in Digital Design, candidates must hold a Bachelor's degree (or an equivalent international title), demonstrate previous design experiences through an annotated portfolio, and have a good command of the English language. The Master's in Digital Design is an international programme and all activities (classes, projects, etc) are conducted in English.
To successfully participate in the Master's programme, candidates need to be proficient in the English language. This may be proven by presenting a test result, or through previous education (see below).
To attend the Master’s programme, candidates must be proficient in English (understanding, writing, and speaking) at the C1 level. This may be proved by presenting a test result. Please note that some candidate may be exempt (see below).
In addition to the above-mentioned certificates, the admission committee may consider different proofs and certifications (e.g. university exams, other tests…) on a case-by-case basis. Please enquire directly to the admission committee for further information.
The following students are exempted from submitting one of the above mentioned language tests.
Further details are available in the Enrolment and selection procedure.