A UK Master's degree in a relevant discipline (pass of 68% or better), or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. Students are normally required to have achieved an upper second-class UK Bachelor’s or its overseas equivalent at first degree level.
Months of entry
UCL History of Art is top-rated for research; our staff are active researchers in a range of specialist fields and there is a thriving graduate community. Graduate students participate in our weekly graduate seminar, and research students also write, edit and produce the journal Object. We also offer opportunities, posted on our Latest News and Events feed, for research students to work as Teaching Assistants in the department.
- Art theory and the history of the discipline
- British, French and German art and architecture c. 1700–1945
- Cross-cultural studies and globalisation
- Materials, objects and practices of art history
- Modern and contemporary art
- Medieval and early modern studies
- The history of the body and the relationship between art and science
- The history of visual technologies (print, photography, time-based media).
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Ms Lauren Sperring
- +44 (0)20 3108 4011