You will need an Honours degree in History of Art or a cognate Humanities subject, of an upper second-class standard or higher (or its academic equivalent). Candidates holding degrees in other disciplines (e.g. broader Arts subjects) will only be considered if they can demonstrate interest and experience in History of Art, e.g. through studying relevant modules and/or undertaking related work experience.
Months of entry
Are you fascinated by visual culture and history relating to a specific artist, period or movement?
Do you want to learn about the methods of art history and how to apply them to particular historical problems?
This programme provides you with the opportunity to choose from a range of subject areas and historical periods in History of Art.
The programme is underpinned by two core modules in critical theory and research methodologies, and a 15,000-word dissertation on a research area of your choice, supported by a supervisor. You will also select optional modules from a range of options and ‘Special Subjects’ which vary from year to year.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Enquiry Service