At the University of Regensburg, you can enrol in the course of History of Art as part of a combinational Bachelor's programme (B.A.) as well as for the consecutive Master's programme (M.A.).
The Bachelor's degree programme is not subject to admission restrictions.
For the Master's degree programme, an application for admission is required.
By attending the courses offered by the Institute of History of Art, you take up the opportunity to cover the subject of history of art in its entire field of epochs and genres:
In addition, the courses reflect the lecturers' research focuses. Therefore, the opportunity of research-related specialisation arises at an early stage of your studies in following fields:
If you are interested in cross-curricular specialisation, you should take a closer look at the fields of Digital History of Art, Film and History of Art, and Art and Law.
History of Art at the University of Regensburg offers numerous practice-oriented courses in the fields of museology, curatorship, provenance research, preservation of historical monuments as well as the art market. You have the opportunity to participate in lectures given by leading experts of cultural institutions.
Regular visits to international exhibitions, such as Art Basel, the Venice Biennale, and other ground-breaking exhibitions, in addition to major field trips organised by the Institute of History of Art will form an essential part of your course of study. Early on, you also have the opportunity to participate in international workshops, conferences, and symposia.