Study at Christie's Education London

Christie's Education London provides graduates with the practical skills, hands-on involvement, access and research experience needed to reach leadership positions in all areas of the art world. We offer a Master's degree in Art, Law and Business and a Master's degree in Art History and Art World Practice. We also offer online and continuing education courses for those looking to develop their knowledge of art and culture.


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Christie's Education London

Studying in London

Christie’s Education London is situated in the heart of London near Regent's Park, surrounded by the British Museum, the Wallace Collection and the National Gallery. The institute is in close proximity to Christie's Auction House and many London galleries.

Meet the Faculty

The faculty in London is committed to original research, and publish widely both in the UK and in the US where the institute has strong links with leading academic institutions and public collections through important shared research projects and initiatives.

Meet our Alumni

Many of our alumni have gone on to become leading figures in the art world such as gallerists, art historians, dealers, auction house specialists, professional advisors and journalists. Read their success stories and find out where they are working in the art world.

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  • The MSc Art, Law and Business course appealed to me because I wanted to develop business skills and be able to understand the complexities of the art industry. The career-oriented nature of the course was very attractive as I wanted to do a practical Master’s degree which would better prepare me for the workforce.

    Emma Searle

    MSc Art, Law and Business

    London, Current Student

  • The MSc programme provided a great overview of the current developments in the commercial art sector, as well as an overview of art since 1900. The law component was very interesting and the study trips to Sydney, Istanbul and many international art fairs provided an overview of the artists and institutions in the region.

    Karl Schenker, Operations Manager at Parasol Unit, Foundation for Contemporary Art

    MSc Art, Law and Business

    London, 2016-2017