Teaching supported by The Hunterian

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 state-of-the-art central collections depot, object study rooms, teaching labs, conservation and digitisation studios and a dedicated conference suite.

Built on innovative curatorial theory and practice, a range of collections-based postgraduate programmes include sessions in our Study Centre at Kelvin Hall. Examples include:

• Museum Studies (MSc)
• Museum Education (MSc)
• Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) (MLitt)
• Technical Art History, Making & Meaning (MLitt)
• Material Culture and Artefact Studies (MLitt)
• Information Management & Preservation (Digital) (MSc )

Undergraduate Programmes

The Hunterian contributes with teaching delivery, fieldwork, resources or objects  for the following degree courses (this is not an exhaustive list as new connections are frequently being made):

  • MA Hons Classics
  • MA Hons Archaeology
  • MA Scottish History
  • MA History of Art
  • BSc Earth Sciences (fieldwork & Lab work)
  • BSc / MSci Zoology