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History of Art Study Abroad & Erasmus Students
As a History of Art Study Abroad/Erasmus student - or Affiliate student as you will be known at UCL - you will have an Affiliate Tutor (Diana Dethloff email@example.com) who is here to give you detailed advice and guidance to help you make the best possible use of the wide range of opportunities available in the History of Art Department itself and in other departments at UCL.
Diana Dethloff will meet you all as a group on Monday 22 September at 3pm in Seminar Room 6 in the History of Art Department (20 Gordon Square) for a short introduction and welcome meeting. At that meeting, she will arrange to see you individually the next day, Tuesday 23 September, to discuss your individual course selection and registration.
History of Art Affiliate students register for the same History of Art courses as
their UCL counterparts, depending on their background and level of
specialism within the discipline. Normally Affiliate students take second year level courses while they are here. You can choose to specialise in courses within a
particular time period or to range more widely over the courses on
offer in any one year, perhaps combining courses in History of Art with
those in another UCL department. It is, however, understood that all
Affiliates admitted to this department will take at least 50% of their
course load with us.
Many members of staff in the department have studied or taught in north America and Europe, and we all value the internationalism of the department and UCL in general. Both staff and students benefit enormously from the presence of Affiliate students and we hope that you will enjoy not only the many academic opportunities we offer but also the friendly and relaxed atmosphere here in the department.