Our degrees attract a diverse, creative and international cohort of students.
Located in vibrant New Cross, a short train ride from central London, the department prides itself on its commitment to pushing, transforming and recalibrating the limits of art, theory and practice.
We not only provide high quality academic degree’s, but also help foster and cultivate much of the artistic talents of our students. We’re proud of the many collaborations and initiatives that have been helped and guided by the department. To find out more, take a look at the Life section.
Graduates of the department go on to take up a variety of roles within contemporary Art and culture across the globe, with recent graduates taking up roles as varied as: director of independent performance festivals, curators, collections manager, art dealer’s assistant, researcher, lecturer, formal learning officer, museum assistant, public relations officer, rights and marketing executive.
The programmes we offer are:
We welcome applications from EU and international students who wish to undertake study and research in all aspects of modern and contemporary art history/visual cultures.
Find out more about applying as an international student