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Fine Art

Founded in 1886, a modern college by Oxford’s standards, St Hugh’s has a rich history which has formed its current character as a progressive college, dedicated to academic endeavour.

Fine Art is the making and study of visual art.

It educates and prepares students to become artists and to follow other practices that are aligned to the making of art. The curriculum is centred on the individual student’s potential and imagination. Oxford boasts a large number of resources for artistic research and practice, including the Ashmolean Museum, the Bodleian Library, Christ Church Picture Gallery, the Pitt-Rivers Museum, the Sackler Library, and Modern Art Oxford. At St Hugh’s, Mrs Vainker, Fellow by Special Election, links the College to the Ashmolean Museum and the Oriental Faculty where she holds positions as both Professor and Curator of Chinese Art. Please see the Ruskin website (link below) for further details.

Course Information

UCAS code

W100

Entrance requirements

AAA / AAB

Subject requirements

Art

Course Duration

3 years (BFA)