University Subject Tables 2017
Studying a History of Art, Architecture & Design degree allows students to explore an extensive range of creative works throughout different cultures and time periods. If you would like to gain an insight to the past through Art, Architecture or Design and see how they might affect the future, check out the subject table below and find your perfect university.
We rank specialist Arts, Drama & Music colleges and conservatoires separately in the Arts, Drama & Music League Table 2017.
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History of Art, Architecture & Design — West Midlands
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The University of Birmingham has not ranked lower than tenth place in the Top 10 UK Universities for History of Art, Architecture & Design courses since 2013. This year they are in eighth place, with a score that is mainly thanks to the university's great Graduate Prospects ; 75% of students make it into further education or professional employment within six months of graduating.
Courses at Birmingham allow you to combine different aspects such as English and History of Art. There is also opportunities to spend a study year abroad.
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The University of Warwick begins the countdown for the best UK universities that offer History of Art, Architecture & Design courses. In 2008 the uni ranked fifth in this League Table, but it hasn't reached the same point since. Only appearing in the table four times since CUG rankings began, Warwick can be proud of good Research Quality and high Entry Standards.
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This table was revised on 26th May 2016 and includes corrections and omissions reported to us by universities after publication in April. The rankings of some institutions have changed as a result.
The maximum scores for the measures shown are as follows:
- Entry Standards: No maximum
- Student Satisfaction: 5.00
- Research Quality: 4.00
- Graduate Prospects: 100
- Overall Score: 100.0
All measures used to compile the tables are available on the full table.