There are a number of travel opportunities when studying History of Art either on its own or with another subject. This is because it is important for all History of Art students to explore artworks in situ and to cultivate a sophisticated cultural awareness.
Gallery study trips are not only organised in the West Midlands and London – but also further afield during a week-long University-funded trip to a major European centre of artistic importance. In the past, destinations have included Paris, Prague and Rome. This is a unique opportunity to examine works of art and architecture in person, and a great way to get to know fellow students and lecturers.
Students can also apply to study abroad for one year or one semester during their degree, taking History of Art-related subjects, which can be taught in English. Our exchange universities include; Melbourne University in Australia, Lund University in Sweden and Leiden University in the Netherlands.
You can find out more information about these opportunities via our History of Art Study Abroad page.