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About the course

Based at our Kensington campus in the heart of London, our MA in Art History and Visual Culture programme will prepare you for an exciting creative career in the art world or more study in the visual arts. This programme puts a spotlight on intercultural issues in art history and visual culture, and professional practice in the visual arts.

It’s a fantastic location in Kensington where you’ll be based studying this programme, so close to the Victoria and Albert Museum, Design Museum, Saatchi Gallery, and many more art galleries and institutions are located right in the centre of London. Having such ease of access to London’s world- class art galleries, museums, libraries and art institutions is vital to the foundation of this course.

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Entry Requirements

A first degree in any discipline with a minimum classification of 2.2 (Lower Second Class Honours) or its international equivalent

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Where is Richmond, American International University in London

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Student Profile(s)

Valerie Rozbitska

MA in Art History and Visual Culture is a great programme that gives you a broad knowledge in this field. We’ve looked at how different continents and countries perceive art, which has led to many interesting discussions. We’ve also studied art historians, and how they approached art in each particular era, considering the methods they used which has been fascinating.

Scholarships

The Alumni Master's Scholarship is awarded to eligible students by the Admissions Office and is a tuition fee discount. Postgraduate scholarships may not be held in conjunction with any other form of financial or scholarship support from the University.

Value of Scholarship(s)

20%

Eligibility

Previously studied bachelor level programme at Richmond, including AIFS and other visitors

Application Procedure

The Alumni Master's Scholarship is awarded to eligible students by the Admissions Office upon receiving a completed application form with supporting documents.

Further Information

https://www.richmond.ac.uk/undergraduate-student-tuition-fees-and-funding/uk-eu-undergrad-student-finance/

Receipients fo the schoalrship will recieve a 20% tuition fee discount

Value of Scholarship(s)

20% reduction in tuition fees

Eligibility

Bachelors degree with a UK First (1st Class Degree - UK) or 3.7 GPA (USA) or International equivalant

Application Procedure

No application procedure - awards are automatically made on application

Further Information

https://www.richmond.ac.uk/postgraduate-tuition-fees/international/

Value of Scholarship(s)

15% reduction in tuition fees

Eligibility

A bachelors degree with a minimum grade of 2.1 (UK) or 3.3 GPA (USA) or International Equivalent

Further Information

https://www.richmond.ac.uk/postgraduate-tuition-fees/international/

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