Undergraduate Applicant FAQs
What are the term dates?
Where can I find out about tuition fees?
Where can I find out about accommodation?
Do you interview for the BA History of Art programme?
No, we do not hold any interviews for the BA History of Art programme.
What language options do you offer as part of the course?
Please explore the language options here.
What role does the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) play in my application?
While the EPQ does not form part of your offer, given that the BA History of Art is a competitive course, it can make you stand out from other applicants if you have performed well.
What does a typical week as a Courtauld student look like?
This varies, depending on your study options, the activities that you get involved with, and so on.
For an insight, read this blog to detail ‘a week in the life of’a BA student’
What skills will I learn from the course?
The BA History of Art programme is designed to produce graduates with highly transferable skills, which will prepare you for a wide range of employment opportunities, or further academic study. Our graduates are not only equipped with a detailed knowledge and understanding of the History of Art, but also learn how to:
- Analyse visual imagery and articulate sophisticated arguments in formal writing and in oral presentations.
- Read critically and economically.
- Assimilate complex material.
- Formulate and express a broad range of different ideas.
- Present research to a varied audience.
- Develop independent research skills.
- Experience collaborative work in groups.
What careers do graduates go on to do?
Courtauld graduates go on to further study and to a range of jobs including:
Curators, Conservators, Art Dealers, Auction House experts, Lawyers, Entrepreneurs, Publishers, Media professionals, Teachers, Banking and Finance, Journalists, Business / Marketing & Communications, Fashion buyers, Civil servants.
Do you cover a wide range of art?
You will study across media, temporalities and geographies.
We study, research and teach about art in all forms, from the smallest, most personal painting or object to the design and evolution of whole cities; from medieval cathedrals, mosques and temples, to contemporary fashion, photography and performance art.
Can I apply as a mature student?
We welcome applications from mature candidates, defined as those at least 21 years old at the time of application. If you are a mature applicant, please forward a copy of your CV and any transcripts of results from recent study to our admissions team via email, in addition to completing the UCAS application form.