To apply to the BA History of Art degree course at The Courtauld, you will need to submit through UCAS . We would advise that you write your personal statement in relation to the key criteria highlighted in the admissions policy. You must apply by the 15 January UCAS deadline. Applications submitted after this date will not be considered.
If your application is successful, you will be made an offer based on both the quality of your personal statement, your existing grades for AS Level and GCSE (or equivalent), and your predicted final results.
You should expect to hear if your application has been successful by early March. If successful, you will be invited to attend one of our ‘Offer Holder Days’ at The Courtauld, where you will be invited to participate in a seminar class and discussion group, as well as meet current students and engage in a careers planning and Alumni discussion, in order to experience first-hand what life will be like at The Courtauld. This is also an opportunity for you to ask any further questions you might have about studying here at The Courtauld, or life in London more broadly.
UCAS Course Details:
Institution code name: CRT
Institution code: C80
Course code: V350
Campus code: Leave Blank
Short form of the course title: BA/HoA
Further details: None required
Defer Entry: Enter ‘N’ if you wish to apply for the 2019/20 intake or ‘Y’ if you wish to defer your entry to 2020/21. (Applications for deferred entry will be decided the year the application is made.)
As part of your UCAS application you will be asked to write a personal statement. Advice on writing your personal statement.
The Courtauld receives over 300 applications at undergraduate level, with around 80 of these typically being admitted.
If your first language is not English, you should send a scanned copy of your English proficiency certificate (IELTS or Cambridge Advanced English) to the Admissions team via email@example.com. Likewise, if your school results are not automatically reported to UCAS (i.e., if you have studied outside the United Kingdom), you should send scanned copies of your school certificates.
Unfortunately, we are unable to consider applicants for transfer into the second or third year of the course at this time.