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International students

The Courtauld Institute of Art has a long tradition of welcoming students from all over the globe. We provide a world-class teaching whilst based in the heart of London, a truly international city, and The Courtauld’s graduates continue on to fill prestigious positions around the world as art historians, curators, journalists, art dealers and heads of major museums and galleries.

Home, EU or Overseas?

Your status as a Home, EU or Overseas student is typically determined by residency.

Find out how to determine your fee status

English Language Requirements

All applicants are expected to have an effective knowledge of English, both spoken and written. For applicants whose first language is not English, we require proof of English proficiency. We require the same level of English for all programmes.

View our English Language Requirements

Funding for International Students

As well as Financial Support for Undergraduates and Financial Support for Postgraduates open to all students, there are avenues of support available specifically for international students.

Read up on Financial Support for International Students

Visas and Immigration

Generally speaking, if you are normally resident outside of the UK/EU, and you do not hold UK/EU citizenship you will require a Tier 4 Student visa in order to enter the UK as a student. You will need to have made an application for a visa and be granted entry clearance as a student before travelling to the UK.

Read our outline on the Visas and Immigration process
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Health

As an international student it is important that you take the time to consider how you will access health care whilst in the UK. Access will be different depending on the length of your programme, your status as a Home, EU/EEA or Overseas student and whether or not you require a visa.

Find out about how to access Healthcare in the UK

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