We want you to bubble with enthusiasm. And to reflect and come up with good ideas and at the same time to show us, that you are able to work on and develop your ideas. And to portray them.
Your design proposals do not have to be good-looking and impressive; and they do not have to finished to the level of “almost ready for manufacturing”.
We recommend that you study the assignment text thoroughly and listen to the questions and answers carefully and make notes. We are as interested in good ideas as in finished proposals.
Nothing is either right or wrong. By this we mean that there is no answer book for the assignments. This goes for most assignments and projects in a Fine Arts education, and it is what makes it difficult. And frustrating and nervewrecking. Most applicants are nervous, and nervousness tends to be a companion throughout the study years.
Certain elements in your proposal will be the basis of our assessment. We call it: the assessment criterias, and they will always appear from the text.
The Admission team at KADK has asked applicants from 2016 and 2017, if they had any advice for future applicants. Most of them point in the same direction: be yourself and try to have fun.