If you are ready to apply, please complete the official UCR Graduate School Application. This is the application that serves as the official application to the Art History Department’s Graduate Program. The UCR Graduate Division website provides more information about the official application procedures. For full consideration for admission and funding, the application and required materials must be received by January 5th.
Frequently Asked Questions About the Application Process
For International Applicants
The Graduate Division allows the Art History Department to provide funding for international students only in the PhD program. To retain funding, international students must maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA and remain within normative time to completion of the degree program. (This means that they must write their field reviews in the seventh quarter and present the prospectus in the eighth quarter.) If the international student does not meet these requirements she or he will be assessed tuition and fees at the international student level. Please note that fees per quarter are substantially higher for international students and do not cover living expenses.
International students must also fill out the Financial Verification form to provide evidence of adequate financial support.