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KUNO

KUNO

KUNO is a Nordic-Baltic network for collaboration between higher education institutions offering education in fine art. The aim of KUNO is to raise the quality of art education in the Nordic-Baltic countries through mutual exchange and coordinated use of artistic, academic and practical/financial resources.

Exchanges at KUNO partner institutions must be fully accredited as part of the students’ studies at the home institution. The host institution is responsible for documentation of the studies during the exchange period.

If you are interested in applying to come to Malmö Art Academy on exchange, please contact the coordinator at your home institution. You application must be approved by your home institution before you apply.

Application form for students within KUNO
Application form for non-KUNO students

Apply by 1 April for the autumn semester (start of September to mid-January) and by 1 November for the spring semester (mid-January to early June).

https://www.kunonetwork.org/

EARN

The European Art Research Network (EARN) is a network of artists, researchers, educators, research leaders and their host institutions established in 2004 in order to:

(i) share and exchange knowledge and experience in respect of artistic research, with particular reference to the development of postgraduate programmes
(ii) foster mobility, exchange and dialogue among researchers, artists, educators and across diverse institutions and cultures
(iii) develop and promote platforms for the wider dissemination of artistic research
(iv) enable global connectivity for artistic research while respecting the diversity of paradigms, models, and cultures of art research

Exchanges within this network are aimed at PhD students and Master’s students.

Global Scholarship
International students who come to Malmö Art Academy to take a Master’s degree contribute new ideas, cross-boundary perspectives and an injection of creativity. The ‘global classroom’ also promotes collaborations and international networks. Non-European students can apply for the Lund University Global Scholarship Programme. Scholarships are available to cover 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of the tuition fees. Please note that scholarships only cover tuition fees and not living costs.

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