The Venice Programme at Warwick is a unique initiative that gives undergraduate and postgraduate students the opportunity to spend a full university term in Venice, studying the city's art, architecture, history and culture from the middle ages to the present.
The programme has been running for 45 years.
Discover how the Venice Programme gives Warwick BA and MA History of Art students a unique opportunity to study the art of the city first-hand.
Learn all about the topics you’ll be studying in Venice.
Planning to take your studies further? Find out about our MA in History of Art and Visual Studies, and our research degrees.
Here you’ll find useful information and essential guidance to help you prepare for your term in Venice.
Want to know more? Get in touch with the History of Art department with any questions.
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