Language and/with History of Art with International Experience (BA) Program By Birkbeck, University of London |Top Universities

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Birkbeck’s BA Language and/with History of Art with International Experience gives students the opportunity to study a modern language - French, German, Italian, Japanese or Spanish - to a high level of fluency and also learn about the history and culture of their chosen language-speaking area. Students can study all kinds of artworks, from painting and sculpture to digital art and installations, and choose from a range of history of art modules, covering artists and art movements from the medieval period through to contemporary art. Students will learn how to place artworks within their historical and cultural contexts and how to think more broadly about the role of images within society. Students will also study a number of cross-cultural modules, exploring specific themes across a variety of cultures. The third year is usually spent abroad at a partner institution. Graduates can pursue careers in international organisations and businesses, in education, research and academia, in publishing and editing, in arts management, conservation and policy, in marketing, and in the museum and heritage sectors. This degree may also be useful in becoming a translator, magazine/newspaper journalist, editorial assistant or primary/secondary school teacher.

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Birkbeck’s BA Language and/with History of Art with International Experience gives students the opportunity to study a modern language - French, German, Italian, Japanese or Spanish - to a high level of fluency and also learn about the history and culture of their chosen language-speaking area. Students can study all kinds of artworks, from painting and sculpture to digital art and installations, and choose from a range of history of art modules, covering artists and art movements from the medieval period through to contemporary art. Students will learn how to place artworks within their historical and cultural contexts and how to think more broadly about the role of images within society. Students will also study a number of cross-cultural modules, exploring specific themes across a variety of cultures. The third year is usually spent abroad at a partner institution. Graduates can pursue careers in international organisations and businesses, in education, research and academia, in publishing and editing, in arts management, conservation and policy, in marketing, and in the museum and heritage sectors. This degree may also be useful in becoming a translator, magazine/newspaper journalist, editorial assistant or primary/secondary school teacher.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

6+
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104+
1200+
83+
Jan-2000

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Birkbeck, University of London is a world-class research and teaching institution ranked in the top 250 universities world-wide in the Times Higher World University Rankings 2016-17. As a college of the University of London, Birkbeck awards internationally respected University of London qualifications and offers a unique opportunity to study in the evening alongside London’s working professionals.

Located in historic Bloomsbury, Birkbeck is at the heart of the University of London's city centre campus. Students from over 120 countries study at Birkbeck, attracted to the vibrant academic community and the opportunity to find part-time work while attending classes in the evening. Birkbeck offers a wide range of full time undergraduate courses within five schools (School of Arts, School of Business, Economics & Informatics, School of Science, School of Law and School of Social Sciences, History & Philosophy) and awards internationally respected University of London qualifications.

International students can check for details of equivalences of qualifications at bbk.ac.uk/international and can also take advantage of various scholarship opportunities. There are a wide range of accommodation options available to Birkbeck students, including University of London Halls of Residence, private student accommodation and flat-shares with other students. For more information on applying to study at Birkbeck as an international student, please email [email protected]


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