History of Art allows you to develop a critical understanding of the ways in which art has been produced and received over time and in different cultures – and even the differences in what “art” has meant to people. You’ll develop a broad understanding of key approaches and methods through core modules, where you’ll learn to read an image rather than seeing it. Optional modules across history of art, cultural studies and museum studies will also allow you to pursue your interests. If you have little or no knowledge of Italian, this degree will allow you to learn the language from scratch and develop an understanding of the history, politics and rich culture of a major European economy. Core modules will develop your language skills and introduce you to Italian history and culture, but you’ll also choose from a wide range of optional modules to explore topics from medieval and Renaissance art and literature to cinema and specialised uses of Italian in business.