Course Facts

The Animation Workshop/VIA University College

Application deadline visualization module: January 17th 2018
Application deadline drawing module: November 1st 2017

(Non-EU residents: please scrool down for more information about visa application!)


Spring 2018
Full course: January 15th – May 25th, 2018
Drawing module: 6 weeks: January 15th - February 23rd, 2018
Visualization module: 12 weeks: February 26th – May 25th, 2018
(Please note: March 24th -April 2nd will be easter holiday)

Monday-Friday 9-16

FEE, EU citizens
Full semester 24.250 DDK or appr. 3246 EUR
Drawing 8.059 DDK or appr. 1083 EUR
Visualization 16.100 DDK or appr. 2164 EUR

FEE, non-EU citizens
Full semester 7.500 EUR or appr. 55.800 DDK
Drawing 2500 EUR or appr. 18.595 DKK
Visualization 5000 EUR or appr.37.190 DKK

Participants must have solid drawing skills and either have finished at least two years of study on a BA degree in the field of art and/or visual expression or have worked professionally in that field.

In order to apply for the drawing and/or visualization course, please use the online application form on the right side of this page. It is possible to apply for the full semester or just one of the module separately. You will be asked to provide a CV, documentation for your BA studies if relevant, motivation letter and a portfolio.

Submitting an application to the course is not binding. In the event of a successful application to the course, you will be asked to confirm your seat as soon as possible afterwards.

Your portfolio should represent you as an artist and/or visual communicator and should include your best work. It is important that we see a good demonstration of your visual skills. We only accept digital portfolios in the form of a link. We ask that your name and contact information are easy to find.

We suggest using Blogspot, Tumblr or online PDFs and that you consider the size of your images and other posts so that it loads easily and quickly. We will not accept portfolios using Facebook, DeviantArt galleries (DeviantArt portfolios are fine) or Flickr. We recommend uploading videos on Vimeo and posting images no larger than 2MB to reduce loading time. Please also make sure that your blog, link or website functions properly. If it does not function at the time of the admissions review, we will disregard your application.

Please note that applying for and receiving a students’ residence permit can easily take between 2 and 3 months! Furthermore, the process can only be initiated after we have received your payment for the tuition, as the school must declare that the course has been paid for by the applicant.

After receiving the payment, we will complete the school’s part of the online application form and invite you to complete the student’s part. Please note that there is a service fee to be paid to the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration, before you can access the school’s part of the form.

Please also note that you must hand in biometric data for your residence card no later than 14 days after submitting the completed application. You can read more about the demands for the biometric data and where to register for them here.

The current service goal of the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration is to process all applications within 2 months upon completing the (application ). This means, that all data, including biometrics, must be submitted at least 2 months before you need the permit!

You can find an overall description of the application process and requirements here

The Animation Workshop
Maria Skov Pedersen

T: +4587554944

Application Form Drawing & Visualization spring 2018

Please click here to
apply here