Studying Art History in Rome: Discover the city as your own course book!
Duration: 1 hour
Have you ever thought about studying art history by living IN it?
Have you ever had the chance to see for yourself and ‘touch’ what is generally taught on printed books?
The MA in “Art History in Rome from Late Antiquity to the Present” provides a unique opportunity to all the students with an art history background along a wide chronological span. As the MA has been designed to be entirely English-taught and internationally-oriented, our teachings are specifically crafted to enhance students’ background knowledge, supporting them in acquiring an effective preparation to access a future in institutions devoted to the study, preservation and promotion of historical art works or for further studies at doctoral level.
Face-to-face traditional classes and seminars have been improved by means of off-campus lectures and practice exercises, that represent a solid 70% of the whole teaching sessions.
This webinar is thus directed to students with a min. bachelor in Art, Architecture, Archaeological and Historical disciplines, with a required B2 English proficiency level.
You Will Learn
- Advantages of studying Art History in the city of Rome
- Off-campus lectures: seeing and touching artworks and monuments
- The ‘Art’ of teaching: a whole net of qualified experts
- Internships and working opportunities
- Art as a universal language form: international students’ experience
Admission DeadlineJune 2019 (EU), May 2019 (Non – EU), April 2019 (India and Pakistan)
Student of the MA