The MA in Art History, Curatorship and Renaissance Culture is offered by the Warburg Institute in collaboration with the National Gallery, London. The purpose of the programme is to provide high level linguistic, archive and research skills for a new generation of academic art historians and museum curators. The art historical and scholarly traditions of the Warburg Institute are linked to the practical experience and skills of the National Gallery to provide an academic programme which will equip students either as academic art historians with serious insight into the behind the scenes working of a great museum or as curators with the research skills necessary for high'level museum work.
Core modules: art history; language, paleographical and archive skills; curatorship in the national gallery. Plus optional modules.
Course Additional Entry
Upper second'class Honours degree from a British university, or an equivalent qualification from a foreign institution, in any discipline in the humanities which is related to the course.
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