To apply to the MA or PhD program in the History of Art at UC Riverside, please complete an official UCR Graduate Application. Priority consideration for funding will be given to those who complete their applications (including all required supplemental materials) by January 5 for admission the following fall.
For Fall 2021 applications and beyond, the History of Art Department does not require GRE scores as part of the application for the MA or PhD programs. The admissions committee will not view or evaluate GRE scores when reviewing graduate applications. Please do not submit GRE scores as part of a graduate application, they will not be considered.
Frequently Asked Questions About the Application Process
For International Applicants
International PhD students are eligible for certain types of fellowship funding as well as Teaching Assistantships. To retain funding, international students must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and make satisfactory academic progress (advancing to PhD candidacy before the ninth quarter in the program and completing the dissertation within six years of entering the program). International students who do not meet these requirements will be assessed a Non-Resident Supplemental Tuition Fee each quarter.
Please note that UCR’s quarterly tuition and fees do not cover living expenses. See ‘What is required of international applicants?’ in the FAQ section above for more information.