University Teaching at The Hunterian

Teaching in our Public Venues

The Hunterian welcomes enquiries from teaching colleagues about holding classes within our public venues. Why not take advantage of this amazing multi-disciplinary resource on campus and add something different to your course content.

If you would like to bring a class to the museum or the art gallery, please contact our Education Manager, Ruth Fletcher ( ) with the details.

The Hunterian at Kelvin Hall

The Hunterian Collections Study Centre at Kelvin Hall offers a unique environment for object-based research, teaching and training. It features a central collections store, object study rooms, teaching labs, conservation and digitisation studios and a dedicated conference suite.

Enquiries about any teaching at Kelvin Hall or using collections from the store, should be directed to our Collections Management team ( )

Postgraduate Programmes

Built on innovative curatorial theory and practice, a range of collections-based postgraduate programmes include sessions in our Study Centre at Kelvin Hall, either led and delivered by The Hunterian's museum professionals, or facilitated by them in partnership with academic colleagues.

Undergraduate Programmes

The Hunterian contributes with teaching delivery, fieldwork, resources or objects for many degree courses across a variety of disciplines.  


To discuss ideas for teaching and learning collaborations with The Hunterian, please contact the Education Manager, Ruth Fletcher ( )