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MSt in History of Art and Visual Culture

University of Cambridge    Institute of Continuing Education

Part time October Other 2 years, part-time

About the course

Programme Structure 

The MSt takes place over two years, running typically from September/October of the first year to June of the second. The taught elements of the syllabus, Year 1, are offered during the first year in three intensive study blocks, each of which is examined by an assessed essay to be submitted at the end of each term.

Year 1: During the first year, all students will be required to undertake six core modules, 2 per term, paired in numerical order:

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Entry Requirements

Applicants for this course will normally have achieved a UK 2.i honours degree or overseas equivalent.

Applicants would have usually studied at undergraduate level in a relevant discipline in the arts, humanities or social sciences.

There is provision to accept non-standard applicants who can evidence relevant and equivalent experience and suitability for the course.

For more information including language requirements, please visit: View Website.


The course fee for 2022-24 is £6,000 per annum for Home students and £12,500 per annum for EU/Overseas students. The combined graduate fee includes college membership. Find out more on the 'fees' tab at Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course..

 Course Content

Where is University of Cambridge


Open to students of all nationalities. Candidates must be full-time students at a British or Irish University who have completed at least two years of full-time undergraduate study by 1 January 2022 or students in the first year of postgraduate study where not more than year has passed from the time of taking their first degree;

Fully Funded Scholarship to Harvard or Yale
The Henry Fund provides a fully funded year at Harvard or Yale as a Special/ Visiting Student

The award provides:
• An assured place as a Special or Visiting student
• A maintenance payment of $34,000 for the year
• A travel grant of £2,500
• Tuition fees
• Health Insurance

The Fund is managed through the University of Cambridge but is open students attending all Universities in Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland.

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Queries are to be directed to Jessica Barrick at secretary@henry.fund.cam.ac.uk


We welcome applications to the Henry Fund from those who are currently attending any British or Irish University for their Undergraduate or Postgraduate Degree (see website for precise criteria). Applications open on 1 November 2021 with a deadline of 14 January 2022.

Application Procedure

See the website to find out more and to apply to the Henry Fund:
https://www.henry-procter-choate.fund.cam.ac.uk/ (the site includes two other funds (Procter and Choate) but they do have limited eligibility).

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