Study programme Art History of the Low Countries

The Master's programme Art History lasts for two years and has a 120 EC course load. See the course planner for a full overview of the courses in this programme:

The Education and Examination Regulations (EER) state exactly what you will have to do in order to graduate and what you need to do if you have to catch up with courses. You graduate when you have met all the requirements of your examination programme. 


Your curriculum is structured as follows (for a more detailed description see the drop-down sections below):

  • Year 1
    • 6 compulsory courses (40 EC)
    • 4 elective courses
  • Year 2
    • First semester: Internship or study abroad (30 EC)
    • Second semester: Master’s thesis (30 EC)

As a Research Master's student you may also take the additional course Academic Writing in English

Fact sheet

As a supplement to the student website and as a guide during your academic years, you may wish to consult our Fact Sheet.

Exam requirements

When you start this programme, you will be registered for its exam programme. This is a 'translation' of the exam requirements described in the Education and Examination Regulations. In order to complete your Master's programme you will need to meet the exam requirements.

Study Progress Report (SPR)

Your study progress report lists all of your current results, and tells you how far along you are in meeting your exam requirements. View your study progress report in OSIRIS > tab Progress.