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Hogeschool van Amsterdam
AMFI-Amsterdam Fashion Institute
Mauritskade 11
1091 GC Amsterdam
The Netherlands
T: +31 (0) 20-595 45 55

Study information Fashion & Design,
Fashion & Branding, and Fashion & Business and Development

Studievoorlichtingcentrum (HvA)
Email: studievoorlichting@hva.nl
Phone: +31 (0)20 – 599 54 22 (work days 9:30 am – 13:30 pm )
WhasApp: +31 (0)6 – 211 552 62 (work days 10:00 am – 16:30 pm)
Twitter: @HvA_SV

Study information International Fashion & Design, International Fashion & Branding, and International Fashion & Business and Development
AMFI International Student Administration
Email: studentdesk.amfi@hva.nl
Phone: + 31 (0)20 – 595 45 00

HvA & AMFI PR/Communications
Rubia Heyer
Email: r.m.heyer@hva.nl


Internships & External Relations
Yma van den Born (AMFI)
Email: y.van.den.born@hva.nl


Requests for intranet
Esther Ram (AMFI)
Email: a.m.ram@hva.nl


To Weesperplein:

  • From station Amsterdam Centraal: metro 51, 53, 54
  • From station Amstel: metro 51, 53, 54 (dest. Centraal Station)
  • From station Zuid/WTC: metro 51 (dest. Centraal Station)
  • From station Duivendrecht: metro 54 (dest. Centraal Station)
  • Tram 7, 10
  • Bus 136

By car

  • From the A10: take exit S112, S113 of S114 and follow the sign “Centrum”.

Open Days

See presentations about the structure of the programme and the study load. Browse through real products made by students. Get a taste of the atmosphere of AMFI. Ask your questions to students and lecturers and learn all about the programme in which you’re interested.

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Frequently Asked Questions

For more frequently asked questions please visit the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences website, click here

When is the next AMFI open day?

What is the difference between the three dimensions?

Design teaches you design, pattern drawing, moulage, and how to actualize your designs. Therefore, in Design you create and make the fashion product and in Branding you develop a concept for and communicate the fashion product.
Branding focuses on brand identity and communication. You learn how to do consumer and market research, analyse and create visuals, and set up branding strategies. Therefore in Business & Development you develop, produce and trade the fashion product and in Branding you communicate the fashion product.
In Business & Development you learn how best to buy, produce, and market clothing. The programme includes such topics as marketing, textile knowledge, economics, ICT logistics, and international business.

Why does AMFI have a selection procedure?

The selection procedure serves two purposes. Firstly, it is in a student's own interest to be admitted only to a course for which they possess the necessary qualities. Secondly, AMFI needs to hold these tests in order to support its own quality levels and aims. Your talents and aptitudes are considered very closely and this selection procedure is taken very seriously.

How should I apply to study at AMFI?

Submit your enrolment request via Studielink. Be aware that AMFI employs a "numerus fixus" and a selection process. Application for admission to AMFI for the study year beginning September 2020 closes in Studielink on 15 January 2020. Once your request is completed you will receive more information regarding the selection procedure.

What does AMFI's selection procedure entail? And when does it start?

As there are more prospective students than study places, AMFI has a limited number of study places (430). Therefore, the programme has a selection procedure. Please find the most recent and relevant information regarding our enrolment and selection on the AUAS website, click here.


https://www.amsterdamuas.com/programme/amfi-amsterdam-fashion-institute-en/practical-matters/enrolment-and-selection/selection-procedure.html