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I am an international student interested in studying both fine art and art history BA (plus I'll need the requirements later for a MA). I've researched multiple unis, and Goldsmiths seems to be the only one with a program that combines both areas of study, but I'm not to keen on Goldsmiths. UAL would be my top choice but they don't offer any art history courses. I am relatively open to different unis, but I'm looking to study in London with somehow an art history course and a fine art course.

Any advice on what I should do or where I should go?

Also, I'm not sure if I'd need a foundation year since I'm an international student. No website specifies.
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(Original post by ainsleym02)
I am an international student interested in studying both fine art and art history BA (plus I'll need the requirements later for a MA). I've researched multiple unis, and Goldsmiths seems to be the only one with a program that combines both areas of study, but I'm not to keen on Goldsmiths. UAL would be my top choice but they don't offer any art history courses. I am relatively open to different unis, but I'm looking to study in London with somehow an art history course and a fine art course.

Any advice on what I should do or where I should go?

Also, I'm not sure if I'd need a foundation year since I'm an international student. No website specifies.
There's Courtauld, which is pretty prestigious, but I think that's only History of Art - you might find some difficulty in finding a good joint course with these two.
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There are some more with joint degress and major/minors in fine art and art history
https://www.art.mmu.ac.uk/finearthistory/
https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/u...nd-art-history
https://www.kingston.ac.uk/undergrad...e-art-history/
https://courses.leeds.ac.uk/g642/fin...tory-of-art-ba
https://courses.aber.ac.uk/undergrad...istory-degree/

I'm also thinking of choosing this degree and inclining towards Aberystwyth but I'm very indecisive haha. Hope the links help!!

And you dont need a fundation degree if you are international and have the portofolio and all the requirments. I think fundation degree is more to help you accomodate with uni life and to learn some skills? Also to build your portofolio a bit, i think, not sure.
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Slade do a course with UCL Art History I believe
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