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MA Art Logistics, London

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  • Program Dates

    Program Dates

    January 11, 2021 – December 2021
    September 2021 – August 2022

    • Priority Deadline: March 15

    • Scholarship Deadline: May 3

    • Regular Deadline: June 1

  • Curriculum & Schedule

    Curriculum & Schedule

    For an in-depth look at the curricula, course descriptions, faculty, and semester schedule for all London Master's programs, please download the prospectus for January 2021 entry.

    Note: The first six weeks of all January 2021 Master’s programs will be delivered online. In-person studies will commence on March 1, 2021, as public health advice allows.
    September 2021 prospectus coming soon.
  • Faculty


    Gareth Fletcher (Program Director) In addition to his role as Program Director, Fletcher also teaches on other topics at the Institute, including art crime, strategy and risk management, strategic planning for gallery business management, and contemporary art. He has received a TECHNE AHRC scholarship to pursue his PhD examining the semiotics of provenance as institutional construct in the establishment of cultural and economic value in the market for Near Eastern antiquities. His publications include: Fakes, Forgeries and Thefts,’ in Art Business Today: 20 Key Topics (2016) and The Ethics of Provenance Research and the Art Market (2018).
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  • Tuition & Fees

    Tuition & Fees

    UK/EU citizens:
    Semester 1: £10,850
    Semester 2: £11,350
    Semester 3: £5,500
    Semester 1: £13,000
    Semester 2: £13,500
    Semester 3: £6,700
    Travel Fee: £3,550*
    UK/EU citizens:
    Semester 1: £11,450
    Semester 2: £11,950
    Semester 3: £5,800
    Semester 1: £13,700
    Semester 2: £14,200
    Semester 3: £7,000
    Travel Fee: £3,650*
    *Travel fees are indicative only and subject to change.
    For more information on tuition, fees, and scholarship opportunities for the Master’s Degree or the Postgraduate Diploma, click here.
  • Field Study Trips

    Field Study Trips

    All of our Master’s programs include field study opportunities that are both virtual and in-person to enable students to become immersed in the international art community. Field study contextualizes lectures and discussions through virtual and in-person visits to fairs, galleries, private collections, museums, artists’ studios, and more.
    In-person field study trips are planned to commence in Spring 2021. Destinations are yet to be determined.
    We continue to monitor and respond to the public health situation regarding COVID-19.  We will take every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff and will adhere to all government travel recommendations.
  • Admissions


    Now accepting applications for all MA programs. Space is limited so we strongly encourage qualified candidates to submit their applications as early as possible. Terms and conditions apply.
    Some of your questions may be answered in the frequently asked questions section of our website. If you do not see your question, we are happy to help. All prospective students are encouraged to contact our Admissions Office to schedule a one-on-one information session to learn more about the program, the application process, tuition, financial aid, and more.
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    Call us: +44 (0)20 7462 3232

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