Thank you very much for submitting the online registration form for your MFA student application at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts (KIT).
We are looking forward very much to receiving your full application including a Curriculum Vitae (CV), a project proposal, a letter of motivation and your artist portfolio as well as a listed documentation of all the material submitted.
You have indicated that you would like to upload your full application over the internet. We are currently offering you three different options:
1. Upload your application as separate files (only PDF or TXT allowed) or in a common archive format like .zip, .tar or .taz. The file size for each single file is limited to 20MB. The maximum number of files is 10. Please note, that you can access and edit your application until February 1, 2017, at midnight
2. If you prefer to transfer your files via a file hosting service, you can submit a link to a file hoster or to your own web server. Please keep in mind that you need to make sure that KIT can receive your file without any prior registration.
3. If you are familiar with using an FTP/SFTP client, please get in touch with us and we will provide you access to a FTP server. FTP upload is appropriate, as soon as the total size of your archived application file exceeds 30MB or the HTTP upload fails due to bandwidth limitations.
In order to be able to upload your full application, you have to fill the online registration form. If you select the option "Submit my additional materials over the internet" you will receive an invitation to create an applicants account at the KIT web server. This email should arrive within a few hours. If you do not receive such an invitation, please also check your spam or junk folder to make sure that our message has not been filtered out. You can also contact us if you are concerned you have missed the invitation.
If you perfer to send your application files via regular mail, you just need to indicate it in the registration form and make sure the package arrives before February 1, 2017 at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts (KIT).