Opportunity for your Sixth Formers: Art History for Everyone

From September 2018, students will have the opportunity to study for a taught Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) -  equivalent to half an A level in UCAS points - on term-time Saturdays at the National Gallery or the Wallace Collection, taught alongside two modules of the new Pearson A Level Art History course. Students have the option to study a further two modules  and sit the A level exam at the end of the second year. 

Deadline for Applications: 10 September

Open Until:

Posted: 10/03/2022

With Art History Link Up, every student is offered
learning support in the form of EPQ/homework club, visiting expert advice on
careers and FE/HE applications, and access to work experience in relevant
sectors. Past placements include the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Royal
Collection, Scala Publishers, HENI talks and ART UK. All places are offered at no charge to state
maintained sector sixth form students, with priority to candidates from a
widening participation background, and to those with aptitude and ability for
the course. 

for students:

  • Additional qualification: EPQ equivalent to half an
    A-level in UCAS points
  • Students have the option of continuing to study a
    further two modules and sitting the Pearson/Edexcel A level Art History
    exam at the end of a second year of the course
  • Access to, familiarity with and understanding of, great
    works of art in the capital’s public collections: The course is structured
    around examples of art and architecture which can be experienced and
    studied at first-hand in our great collections
  • Access to careers/FE seminars; work experience
    placements include the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Royal Collection,
    ArtUK, HENI Talks and more
  • Relevance and application for Art & Design
    students, at A level and beyond, and a wide range of other subjects
  • EPQ/homework club following class, with snacks, plus
    EPQ and careers mentoring, and membership of alumni club
  • Exam entry, and other administration, is organised by
    Art History Link-Up. Study materials are included

more information and to apply please visit our website

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