We welcome students who have previously studied History of Art, but also those from other backgrounds.
You should have, or be about to complete, a 2:1 undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification.
We will consider applications from mature students or applicants without formal academic qualifications if you have substantial related experience.
Months of entry
Medieval culture is an open chapter, it has been constantly rethought and reinterpreted in subsequent epochs.
On the MA in History of Art Medieval Art and Medievalisms you'll explore the extraordinarily rich material legacy of the period, including the shaping of urban structures, places of worship, sites of government, and universities. You'll be able to study in one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe, guided by one of the leading departments of medieval studies in the world.
Our flexible degree programme enables you to learn about art geographically across much of Europe and the Islamic world, and particularly the material culture of the British Isles. You can investigate a wide variety of art objects and their related visual practices, take modules from related disciplines, as well as modules that are jointly designed and taught in collaboration with the Tate.
We are one of the largest and most vibrant History of Art departments in the UK, recognised for the excellence of our research environment and research-led teaching.
We have developed successful partnerships with museums, churches and galleries which will enrich your medieval studies and may offer you placement opportunities and privileged access to collections of medieval art.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Administrator
- +44 (0) 1904 322978