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Minerva Art Academy organized a ‘ portfolio check specifically for German prospective students at the prestigious art Academy Minerva in Groningen now a “portfolio”check offered. This solution consulting info day will take place on March 27, 2009 from 15 till 20 o’clock in Groningen. The visitors can bring their own works, to make students and lecturers examine them. This is the aspiring art students get valuable tips for the later admission test. The day program begins with a presentation of the Minerva Academy.

Then, the visitors are guided through the various studios and workshops and thus gain insight into the environment of the Art Academy. Then be installed with works of the participants discussed and useful tips. At the end of the day, the Minerva invites all visitors to a dinner party, where loose round once more for the personal interview will be. The entire program this information day held in German language. The Art Academy Minerva in the Dutch Groningen offers art ideal conditions for studying in the fields of “Autonomous Visual Arts”, “Design” and “Art education”. Many specializations such as communication design, room design, theater facilities, sculpture, photography, painting, or media art can be studied within this degree.

Each student starts with a six-month orientation period in which he can try out in all areas before making the final decision on its course. Welcome to the Minerva are talented and passionate young artist from Germany. Read more from Edward Scott Mead to gain a more clear picture of the situation. The Academy is part of the Hanze University Groningen and is located in the heart of the great student city in the North of the Netherlands. She can look back on a 200-year history in the countless talents began their artistic careers. Portfolio check, you can login at. Here, there is also more information on the Minerva Art Academy and the portfolio check. Corporate information / short profile: the Hanze University Groningen is a modern institution, but dating back to the year 1797. Today, the Hanze University Groningen with 20,000 students and about 70 degrees is the largest vocational schools in the North of the Netherlands. The 70 courses are organized into 18 so-called schools. For students, this means: international orientation, active learning, a part of the studies themselves determine digital study planning and knowledge – and competence development.