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Art History

SGS (South Gloucestershire and Stroud College)

UCAS Code: 2XG5 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


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112

UCAS points form a range of Level 3 qualifications. GCSE English at grade C or above (or equivalent) Mature students (aged over 21) will be considered on an individual basis

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Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2022

**IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HOW REPRESENTATION SHAPES REALITY AND IF YOU WISH TO CHANGE THE
FUTURE OF THE CULTURAL AND HERITAGE INDUSTRIES, THEN THIS COULD BE THE DEGREE FOR YOU!**

For the consecutive year, SGS has been voted **number 1 for overall degree satisfaction in Bristol!** (National Student Survey 2020 and 2021)

The Art History programme **delivered by specialist staff** combines **new media technologies with more traditional disciplinary practices** to equip you with the **professional skills you will need to succeed** and to **shape the cultural and creative industries**. Within the degree, ethno- and gender-centric art histories are contextualised amongst diverse, non-Western practices with a view to redressing historical imbalances and injustices. From Banksy to Basquiat, from Kusama to Kngwarreye, you are encouraged to find your own place and voice within these fantastically complex visual worlds.

This Art History Degree is taught at Bristol School of Art, Clifton. **Bristol School of Art is one of the oldest Art Schools in the country, being established in 1858** and has a recognised **reputation for offering high quality education**, across a range of creative disciplines.* Bristol School of Art is based right in the centre of student life in Clifton, Bristol. The Campus is situated in the right-hand wing of the Royal West of England Academy on Queens Road. Bristol is a large vibrant city, but still easy enough to walk around. It has been named on numerous occasions as one of the best cities in which to live and to study.

This BA (Hons) Degree will take full advantage of the cultural and artistic opportunities that the city has to offer. The course is built around taught workshops, independent activities, seminars, tutorials and lectures. There are **no formal examinations**, as the course is assessed by coursework and practical activities.

**Why choose Bristol School of Art?**

You will receive 360 taught hours per year for the first 2 years and then 410 taught hours in your 3rd year.
You will receive quality teaching from staff with industry experience and subject specialism
We offer small class numbers for a more personal learning experience
Supportive environment with access to other creative industry specialists
Competitive tuition fees
Location - you will study right in the heart of student life in Bristol
We offer full and part-time delivery routes

**For more information on this exciting degree, please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing:[email protected]**

Tuition fees

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England
£8,250
per year
Northern Ireland
£8,250
per year
Scotland
£8,250
per year
Wales
£8,250
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Bristol School of Art

Department:

Art and Design

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