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How to Apply to Postgraduate Courses

Before starting your application, please ensure that you read and refer to the following three sets of information. Then access our Online Application System by selecting the relevant "Apply Now” link from the table of courses, below.


Application information 2017 / 18

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Graduate Diploma in the History of Art

APPLICATIONS OPEN

We are still accepting late applications.

Interviews will be scheduled for the end of April 2017.  If you do not live in London, Skype interviews can be arranged. You will be contacted before the end of May with a final decision on your application.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Conservation of Easel Paintings

Applications closed

Interview dates:

W/C 27 February 2017

NOTE: All interviews for the Postgraduate Diploma in Conservation of Easel Paintings are held on-site, as manual dexterity and colour vision tests will be conducted to determine your suitability for the course. No offers will be made without interview. The Courtauld is not able to compensate applicants for travel expenses associated with interview. If you are selected for an interview, it will be held the w/c 27 February 2017.

You will be contacted before the end of March 2017 with a final decision on your application.

Applications are now closed

MA History of Art

On-time Application Deadline:

17:00 GMT 9 January 2017

Whilst applications are still open, an application submitted after the deadline will be considered late.

Some options will closed due to either having received sufficient applications or having filled their places. If you are making a late application, you will not be able to apply to closed options.

A list detailing which options are still open can be found on the MA History of Art programme page.

Applicants are asked to list up to three selected MA options, with Option 1 being the first preference, Option 2 as second preference, etc. Choices will be considered in order of preference. You can also indicate whether or not you would like to be considered in the MA History of Art Clearing process, though only if you have previously indicated all 3 preferences. Some tutors interview and others do not. You may be contacted for an interview anytime between the beginning of February 2017 and middle of March 2017.  If you do not live in London, Skype interviews can be arranged.

Apply Now for MA History of Art

MA in Curating the Art Museum

Applications Closed

Application Deadline:

17.00 GMT 9 January 2017

Interview will be held mid-February 2017.

If you do not live in London, Skype interviews can be arranged.

Applications are now closed

MA in Buddhist Art: History and Conservation

We are still accepting late applications.

Candidates selected for interview will be interviewed either in person or by Skype by two members of academic staff. On-time interviews will be undertaken in the week of 27 March 2017 – late applicants who are interviewed may be scheduled at a later date.

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MA in Conservation of Wall Painting

Next Intake – 2019/0

This programme only admits students every three years – the next intake will be for the 2019/0 academic year.

Next Intake – 2019/0

PhD Research

Applications closed

Application Deadline:

17.00 GMT 11 January 2017

Please note – students requiring a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK cannot study part-time.

Applicants MUST have contacted their proposed supervisor prior to submitting an application. If you have not already interviewed with your proposed supervisor prior to your application, you will need to do so. After you have been interviewed, your application will be forwarded for consideration by the Research Degrees Committee which will make a final decision on your application. You will be contacted before the end of April 2017 with a final decision about your application.

Applications are now closed

AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award - New Media Art Histories in Asia

Application Deadline:

17.00 GMT 16 July 2017

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We are delighted to be able to occasionally offer exciting Collaborative Doctoral Awards. These are specific, one-off projects proposed by a Courtauld based academic to work in collaboration with an organisation outside of higher education.

A collaboration between Courtauld Institute of Art and Tate Research Centre: Asia providing a fully funded AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Award.

AHRC eligibility and residency criteria apply: RCUK Terms and Conditions for Training Grants

 

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Global Surrealism: Tracing International Networks – AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award

Application Deadline:

27 April 2017

Find Out More

We are delighted to be able to occasionally offer exciting Collaborative Doctoral Awards. These are specific, one-off projects proposed by a Courtauld based academic to work in collaboration with an organisation outside of higher education.

A collaboration between Courtauld Institute of Art and Tate providing a fully funded AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Award.

AHRC eligibility and residency criteria apply: RCUK Terms and Conditions for Training Grants

Apply Now

Support for students

Financial support for undergraduates

Information about loans, grants and bursaries to support you during your undergraduate study at The Courtauld.

Financial support for undergraduates

Funding and scholarships for postgraduates

Thanks to the generosity of many donors The Courtauld has a number of scholarships to support MA and PhD students, which may cover fees and/or maintenance.

Funding and scholarships for postgraduates

Widening participation

 

We are committed to widening participation at The Courtauld and to higher education in general.


Further information

Admissions policy

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