We are proud to announce that Stephanie Keizer – Hulsebosch, head of our Student Life department and scientist at our professorship Performing Arts Medicine (PAM), is one of the nominees for the International Dance Educator Award 2021 which is organized by the International Association for Dance Medicine & Science (IADMS).
What a great show last Monday during the festive opening of the new academic year! Top talents from different disciplines have performed live in Theater Rotterdam with an audience. Check out the pictures!
To give students financial breathing space in this difficult corona time, the government is proposing to halve the statutory tuition fee rate for 2021-2022.
Circus collective Sinking Sideways and singer Guus Bok received a Henri Winkelman Award on Monday 13 September.
Last Monday our Student Life department organized the annual screening day for new performing arts students. An important day for our new talents to check their health status. After all, good physical and mental health is important to be able to perform at a high level within the performing arts.
From 23-26 August we welcomed all new students at Codarts. The week was all about getting to know new people and collaborating with other departments. Watch the after movie here!
Het is bijna zover: de officiële opening van Codarts’ collegejaar 2021-2022 op maandag 13 september in Theater Rotterdam.
The Classical Music department of Codarts has two new organ teachers: Zuzana Ferjencikova and Christin Schmitt. They are the successors of Ben van Oosten, who will retire this month.
On Wednesday 23 June, Studiekeuze123 published the results of the National Student Survey (NSE) 2021. The NSE is an annual survey among all students in higher education. And those results look good for Codarts: at the level of Codarts as a whole, we score above the national average for higher professional education (HBO) and above the average for comparable arts training programmes on the so-called core themes and the general satisfaction questions. And that is definitely an improvement compared to the NSE 2018.Thanks to all the students who participated, and to all the colleagues who ensured not only a great response, but also these results!Some important scores (the NSE uses a 5-point scale: 1 = very dissatisfied, 2 = dissatisfied, 3 = neutral, 4 = satisfied, 5 = very satisfied): – the training in general: 4.04– the atmosphere at your training: 4.40– would choose this course again: 4.12 (4 = agree, 5 = completely agree)– the teachers at the program (theme score): 4.17– involvement and contact (theme score): 4.17– study counseling (theme score): 4.09– feel safe to be myself: 4.30– feel at home with the training: 4.19 Of course there are also subjects about which our students are less satisfied (study schedules = 3.49, flexibility of the study programme = 3.53) and there are differences between programmes.In the coming period, the results will be fed back to the students. It is then up to the programme management to properly analyze its own results and to take measures for (further) improvement in consultation with the students and other stakeholders.NSE 2021The NSE is organized annually by Stichting Studiekeuze123 on behalf of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. An adapted questionnaire was used for the NSE 2021. For this reason, comparisons with previous survey years are not possible for all questions. The new questionnaire …
As of 1 September 2021, Rosemarie Samaritter will be appointed associate professor of Arts Therapies, a new line of research of the Excellence & Wellbeing programme line.Her research will focus on the role of the arts for (mental) health and aims to contribute to knowledge innovation in education and practice of the arts therapies. As an associate professor, Rosemarie Samaritter will also supervise PhD and postdoc candidates in the field of music and dance therapy, in collaboration with university partners and practice institutions. Rosemarie Samaritter – a certified senior dance movement therapist and supervisor with many years of clinical experience – already works at Codarts: she is a senior research fellow and the programme leader research at the Master of Arts Therapies.