We teach our students how to talk and write about art and architecture in an informed, meaningful, and inspired way. Students appreciate our BA and MA courses for their small-scale, student-centered approach. Next to invaluable, fundamental knowledge about canonical art works and artists, combined with the specific skills of the art historian, such as visual analysis, materials and techniques, iconography and terminology and a thorough grasp on European languages, we foster a thematic approach, putting art and architecture in larger, societal contexts. Thorough art theoretical knowledge and reflection is embedded in the palpable context of art making, conservation and presentation. Enabling students to experience and work with originals, they partake in many national and international excursions, including Rome, Florence, London, Berlin or New York.
To support students in their future careers as art historical professionals, architectural historians and experts in the urban sciences, we offer internships in close collaboration with local, national and international institutions, and regularly invite professionals to co-teach and share their expertise.
A full overview of our BA programme can be found here
At MA level we offer five different tracks:
- a one-year Master's track in Art History with a specialization in either early modern European or modern & contemporary art
- a one-year Master's track in History of Architecture and Town-Planning
- a one-year Master's track in Landscape Studies , unique in the Netherlands and linked to the faculty’s Centre for Landscape Studies Programme
- an 18 month Master's track in Curatorial Studies , that offers students a six-month museum internship in a national or international museum after they have successfully completed their one-year course work
- a two-year Research Master's track in Archaeology
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