Art History (Bachelor of Arts)

Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf
Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
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Intakes
October
Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

Admission requirement into the program would include:

  • school-leaving certificates (in the original language and an official, certified copy in German translated by a sworn translator; English and French certificates do not need to be translated)
  • proof of previous study credits (in the original language and an official, certified copy in German translated by a sworn translator; English and French certificates do not need to be translated)
  • DSH certificate (= German language university entrance exam for foreign students) (DSH 2 or 3) or a comparable language proficiency certificate
  • If you have already begun to study in Germany, please submit the current certificate of enrolment (= Studienbescheinigung) from your university / college, showing subject(s) studied, intended degree and number of semesters studied.

Curriculum

The Bachelor of Arts in History provides a wide range of different modules, a comprehensive core knowledge in the field of art history.

  • Overview seminars and teaching methods and forms of art in the Rhineland are offered as well as thematically deeper lectures, seminars and practical base oriented exercises.
  • The Art History explores the work processes, designing forms, meanings, and the materials and techniques of art.
  • In addition, the subject of the story is devoted to the theory of art and the conceptual, functional, political, social, institutional or individual circumstances and the formation history of the reception of works of art. The history of their own discipline, the garden art and the history of the art market are the subject of study.
  • The practical study components (exercises originals, Practical exercises, at least a 2- month internship, project seminars) to facilitate the transition to professional life and therefore occupy an important place in the curriculum.

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