As a dedicated art student, you’ve been exposed to nearly every type of art you might’ve imagined but what about the art you haven’t imagined? Why not take a trip to abroad to see firsthand how the famous memorable still hold a place of distinction in the minds of locals?

Studying abroad presents a unique opportunity to study both technique and history in a foreign setting. Art history students serve as part historian and part cultural critic. By examining the layers that social, geographic, and political forces have influenced on a piece of art, the values and institutions of that culture are revealed.

Studying humanities means studying the world: you can’t study art and not learn about European painters and sculptors. You can’t study the classics and not talk about Greece. You can’t study philosophy and not dig into its Eastern roots. Why not learn about these subjects in their place of origin abroad?

Your access to Libraries, Galleries, studios, Museums, cultural festivals, famous artists, renowned universities and professors will guarantee you the best form of global education and lucrative career you always dream of.

  • Arts & Design
  • Fine Arts
  • Arts Design & Internet Technologies
  • Literature
  • Art & Social Practice
  • Art Therapy
  • Creative Writing
  • Dramatic Literature
  • American & British Literature and Film
  • Translating & Interpretation
  • Sculpture
  • Product Design
  • Interior Design
  • Ergonomics Studies
  • Music
  • Acting
  • Dramatics
  • Theater Performance
  • Early Childhood
  • Education
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • History
  • French
  • English
  • Applied Linguistics
  • Archaeology Excavation
  • Human Osteoarchaeology
  • Modern & Contemporary History, Theory & Criticism
  • Social Studies
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • American Studies
  • Wildlife Photography
  • Cinematography
  • Fashion Photography
  • Photo Journalism
  • Law
  • Criminology
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Corporate Law
  • Merger and Acquisition
  • Cyber Law
  • Environmental Law
  • International Politics & Law
  • Commercial Law
  • European Law & Politics
  • Law with Human Rights


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Money Matters

  • Undergraduate: Rs. 9,00,000 onwards
  • Postgraduate : Rs. 11,00,000 onwards

An average monthly living expense is around Rs. 40000 to Rs. 60000. Living expenses cover accommodation, three meals per day, utility bills, and local travel. Though, it varies depending on the city & country you live and your lifestyle.

It may include one-time fee like Coaching for standardized test, exam fee, visa fee, VFS fee, medical & travel insurance, university application fee, document attestation, airfare etc. You may account an additional Rs. 100,000 to Rs. 1, 80,000 for above expenses.

Most of the countries allow students to work part-time 20 hrs during their studies and 40 hrs full time during vacations. You may earn good enough to support your living expenses or may save some money as well.

*Money means any amount paid to Aliff for the purpose of seeking admission to an international university. All other payments (like payment to university, courier charges, attestation charges etc.) are not covered under the guarantee and are not refundable.

Students may be eligible for grants, financial aids or scholarships offered by universities. Such scholarships result in the reduction of tuition fee to the extent of 10 to 100%. Scholarships are based upon one or more factors. Like student’s academics, extracurricular, entrance test results, university awards regional discounts etc.



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