Interested in studying with us?
Please ensure that you:
- Have an MA in Art History or training and experience recognized as equivalent by the Interuniversity Doctoral Program in Art History committee.
- Candidates without sufficient Art History training may be required to take additional courses or a preparatory year of study as recommended by the Graduate Program committee of their home institution or the Interuniversity committee.
- Approach potential supervisors and begin to develop your academic relationship with someone who agrees to supervise you. Send them a draft of your preliminary research proposal and ask for their feedback.
- Submit your application for admission to the university where your chosen thesis supervisor teaches. The application must include:
- A preliminary research proposal signed approved by a faculty member who has agreed to act as supervisor
- Two or three letters of recommendation (as stipulated by your home institution)
- A letter of support from the prospective thesis supervisor
- Transcripts of all university studies
- A curriculum vitae including any publications and other scholarly and professional activities
- Satisfy the language requirements and admissions criteria specific to the university where you are applying.
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* Applicants to Concordia should note that the Department of Art History has recently changed its minimum requirement to a 7.5 IELTS score or its equivalent.