Postgraduate Research Programs
The Department or Art History and Film offers the following Postgraduate Research Degrees:
Applicants for Postgraduate Research degrees are expected to have a clear idea of the kind of topic they are intending to pursue. This topic must be broadly within the range of research expertise of members of the Department. You need to consult the Postgraduate Coordinator who will direct you to potential supervisors in the Department and to whom you will need to submit a research proposal.
Application is through the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Online Applications.
Language Requirement for Postgraduates (Research)
All students intending to enrol in postgraduate research degrees in the Department should be aware that general proficiency in the relevant language or languages is a requirement for research conducted into the visual arts and media of any culture.
Students proposing to undertake research in areas requiring specific language competence in a language other than English should demonstrate this by either providing evidence of a course or courses undertaken to the level of first year introductory level course in the relevant language at a tertiary institution, or equivalent, or by indicating their willingness to undertake and complete such a course in the first year of their candidature.
Summer School offers beginners course in some languages – check the “Related Info” on this page.
Other Related Courses
Prospective postgraduates should also be aware of the Postgraduate Research programs offered in Film Studies and Museum Studies.
Further details can be found at:
Film Studies Postgraduate Research Program
Museum Studies Postgraduate Research Program