Undergraduate Virtual Open Day Hub - The Courtauld Institute of Art

Undergraduate Virtual Open Day Hub

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Undergraduate Virtual Open Day Hub 2021/22

Event recordings

The Courtauld and BA History of Art overview

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Studying Art History for the first time

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UCAS and personal statements

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Read our student blogs

What is it like to study at The Courtuald? Find out from our students!

A week in the life of a BA student

Read Hollie’s blog post

Studying Art History for the first time

Read Rosie’s blog post

Working alongside your studies

Read Ashleigh’s blog

Watch our videos

Find out more about The Courtauld, why art history matters, and explore talks from our faculty and visitors.

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Why study at The Courtauld?

Find out from our community

Why does Art History matter?

Listen to our academics

Sample lecture open day

Watch a sample lecture

Design and architecture

Explore The Courtauld Gallery

The Courtauld Gallery is currently closed for renovation, and will reopen in 2021. In the meantime, you find out more about our collection and explore our paintings, drawing and objects from home.

Young People’s Programme

Our Young Peoples’ Programme aimed at students aged 16 to 18 from non-selective state schools and colleges across the UK.

Programme overview

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Insights into art history

Explore the online workshops

Study Resources

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Our Vernon Square campus

When it is safe to do so, we will facilitate visits for prospective students. For now, you can view images of our campus, and find out more about the local area and living in London.

Vernon Square images

Explore our campus

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Our neighbourhood

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Living in London

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Join our online events

From a range of live events, to current exhibitions, and event recordings.

The Students’ Union

Find out more about the Students Union, and the range of activities and events you can get involved with.

Find out more

Through our prospectus, course page, and activities aimed making Art History accessible to all.

Contact us

You will find a range of FAQs below, and if you still have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with us.

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