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CHRISTIE’S EDUCATION


Finding the right place to study is one of the most difficult decisions that anyone faces.


Christie’s Education provides an exclusive environment which gives students the opportunity to study works of art first-hand, in the auction house, and through close links with public galleries, museums and private collections.


We offer a variety of Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Master’s Programmes as well as Short Courses that will enable you to learn more about your passion.


Christie’s Education courses are offered in the following locations, for further information please contact:


London +44 (0)20 7665 4350


admissions@christies.com Hong Kong


hkcourses@christies.com New York +1 212 355 1501 christieseducation@christies.edu www.christies.edu


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Art History and Italian Language courses


Immerse yourself in the history of Italian art and the beautiful Italian language. The British Institute is the perfect place to experience the wonderful city of Florence first hand, with our range of courses focusing on Medieval, and Early and High Renaissance art. Combine with an Italian language course to maximise the experience.


For more details visit our website www.britishinstitute.it or contact us at info@britishinstitute.it


The British Institute of Florence Palazzo Lanfredini, Lungarno Guicciardini 9, 50125 Florence, Italy Tel: +39 055 26778


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