Oxbridge History of Art Preparation Programme

Triple your chances to study History of Art at Oxbridge

UniAdmissions’ History of Art Programme (2025 entry) is designed to maximise your chance of success when applying to study History of Art at Oxbridge.

We will more than triple your chances of Oxbridge History of Art success.

57%

UniAdmissions’ 5-Year Average
Engaged Student Oxbridge Success Rate*

26%
16%

The Average Oxbridge Success Rate

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UniAdmissions' 5-Year Average Engaged Student Oxbridge Success Rate

26%

Average Oxbridge Success Rate Of UK Top 50 Schools 

16%

The Average
Oxbridge Success Rate

UniAdmissions’ History of Art Programme (2026 entry) is designed to maximise your chance of success when applying to study History of Art at Oxford or Cambridge.

We will more than triple your chances of Oxbridge History of Art success.

77%

UniAdmissions’ Oxbridge Head Start Success Rate

26%
16%

The Average Oxbridge Success Rate

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Head Start Programme Oxbridge Success Rate

26%

Average Oxbridge Success Rate Of UK Top 50 Schools 

16%

The Average
Oxbridge Success Rate

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What is included in the Oxbridge History of Art Programme?

Your Oxbridge History of Art Programme gives you support through a variety of materials and formats, helping you write an Oxbridge-quality Personal Statement, boost your Admissions Test score and perform well at your History of Art interview. Every part of your Programme is designed specifically to increase your chances of earning your offer. We’re the world’s first Oxbridge preparatory school with a truly unique syllabus.

What we do works.

Your Oxbridge History of Art Programme gives you support through various mediums – all chosen specifically to increase your chances of acceptance dramatically.

Tap on the cards to see more details about our programme’s components.

Firstly we will help you make the right decision regarding course and University choice.

Whether this is through a meeting with our Academic Director or by arranging sessions with tutors from Oxford and/or Cambridge in your considered subject areas. We will help you come to an informed conclusion on one of the most important decisions you will ever make.

You will receive a full introduction to your Programme by your Programme Manager, along with your tutor, Form Mentor and our Academic Director. Throughout your time with us, they will be here to help.

Each and every session in your History of Art Programme will be with an expert tutor who will guide you through the topic that need the most work.

These one-to-one sessions are your perfect opportunity to focus on the areas you struggle with. Your tutor has gone through the whole process successfully, so they will be able to provide you with the best support for your application.

Honed in one-to-one support with your expert History of Art Oxbridge tutor – all with homework and reports.

UniAdmissions have written and published over 100 books about the Oxbridge application process, and you’ll have access to every book you’ll need for your application. Each book features subject theory, practice material and more.

You’ll also have access to the UniAdmissions Academy and the UniAdmissions History Reading List – exclusive to our students.

Finely-tuned History of Art resources in a range of mediums to help you practice and learn for your application.

Our full-day intensive courses detail everything you could need to know for your application. Take a deep dive into your Personal Statement and Interview with tutors who scored in the top 10%.

Each session is highly interactive and give you the chance to ask pressing questions to your course tutor both in group sessions and one-to-one.

Highly effective one-day courses that cover key components of your application, including your Personal Statement and Interview.

Wider reading is one of most notoriously difficult parts of the Oxbridge application. To support you with this, you’ll have access to our innovative Enrichment Seminars.

This criterion boils down to demonstrating genuine interest and passion for your subject. Starting from week one of your Programme, you’ll be invited to attend subject-specific Enrichment Seminars. These offer exposure to your subject beyond the standard curriculum which is precisely what Oxbridge Admissions Tutors seek.

Develop a deeper understanding of your subject and go beyond your curriculum, as you would at Oxbridge.

Every student on our Programmes will be a part of a form, run by an expert Form Mentor. These mentors run sessions every two weeks in which they support their Form with general application support and information on using the programme effectively. 

If you ever struggle during your Programme, you have the option to book as many one-one mentoring sessions as you need with your Form Mentor. The Form Mentor will ensure you have the best chance of succeeding in your application. 

You’ll join your Humanities Academic Head’s form group for guidance and unlimited mentoring sessions.

The UniAdmissions Portal is your link between all of the support and resources offered in your Programme and you. You’ll find everything included in your Programme available in your personalised Portal account.

As a student this is your Programme Hub. With monthly updates, you’ll stay in the loop and never miss a step in your preparation. Stay informed about tasks, important dates and your progress, and be confident that you’re always on the right path!

You’ll get access upon enrolment to a Programme.

A personalised online platform which will guide you through your Programme as a student, or help you track your child’s progress as a parent.

Students applying more than 12 months ahead of time will have access to our Head Start seminars, which are geared toward students who are in the early stages of the application process. These seminars provide a solid foundation for your future education and allow you to fully benefit from your UniAdmissions Programme.

Sessions are created specifically for our Head Start students and focus on topics that help establish a solid foundation for your education and teach valuable life skills.

You will get 12 additional hours of individual support through the Head Start Programme. This extra support is purpose-built to develop essential skills to give you an early advantage over other Oxbridge applicants through a comprehensive research-based learning experience. You’ll gain skills and a deeper subject knowledge that will hugely bolster your upcoming application.

Students on our Head Start Programmes will get additional hours of one-to-one tutoring time along with their Head Start seminars.

Your Dream Offer

Every element of the support we provide is squarely focused on increasing your chance of earning a place to study at Oxbridge. 57% of our engaged students were ultimately offered their place.

Develop university-level thinking, communication, problem-solving & analytical skills. This is what Oxbridge admissions tutors are looking for.

Get first-hand guidance from Oxbridge experts who have been through the process successfully already.

You won't need any extra materials. Your Programme gives you everything you need, such as our digital library & preparation platform.

We're the trusted Oxbridge History of Art partner for many leading schools.

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We get more students into Oxbridge each year than the top 10 schools for Oxbridge admissions.

We are the most successful school for Oxbridge applicants – we’ve helped more than 500 students get placed at Oxford and Cambridge. Our Oxbridge Programmes have been carefully designed from the ground up to ensure our students have the highest chance of success when applying to Oxbridge.

Our statistics speak for themselves.

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What's our secret to unparalleled Oxbridge success rates?

The Portal provides the pathway to your dream offer at Oxford or Cambridge. When you enrol on your Programme, you’ll be given access to your personalised Portal which will guide you through our carefully developed curriculum. The Portal is the heart of your Programme.

Your path to Oxbridge is ready and waiting – all you need to do is follow it.

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All the Oxbridge History of Art Programme features.

Want to know what you'll get with your Programme? Here's exactly what will be included.

Group Teaching

One-To-One Tutoring

Revision Materials

Practice Materials

Support & Feedback

Student Enrichment

Personal Statement Course

Interview Intensive Course

Interview Tuition

Mock Interviews

Personal Statement Guidance

Written Work Support & Guidance

Personal Statement Online Course

The Ultimate Personal Statement Guide

The Ultimate Oxbridge Interview Guide

Unlimited Personal Statement Marking

Dedicated Personal Programme Manager

24/7 Access For Tutor Support

Full Written Feedback After Each Session

Post-Session Homework

Introductory Onboarding Session

Your Personalised Portal

Assigned Form Mentor

Group Workshops

Exam Success Online Course

Recommended Reading List

Work Experience Support

The Ultimate Guide To Exam Success

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UniAdmissions' Formula For Oxbridge Success

The Programme is a syllabus designed to help get you your dream offer from the moment you enrol.

Over the years, we have been behind hundreds of successful Oxbridge applicants. By improving our syllabus year on year, we’ve gained an incredible insight into what works for an Oxbridge application, and what doesn’t work.

Application Advice

Personal Statement

Admissions Test and Submitted Work

Oxbridge Interview

Get Your Dream Offer

This is the stage that all of your work leads to, but it is not an easy feat. Find out all of the support that you can get to reach this goal within a Premium Programme. 

If you are confident in some areas of your application, such as the Personal Statement and Interview, we can also provide Programmes of support for students that cover individual areas of the History of Art application.

To discuss your particular needs, reach out to our Admissions Consultants who will help create a plan of support personalised to you.

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How do I enrol?

To get started on your journey with UniAdmissions, you’ll need to arrange to speak with an Admissions Consultant who will assess your application and how viable you are as a candidate.

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We are a private selective Oxbridge preparation school.

Our mission at UniAdmissions is to get every single one of the students we work with each year onto their chosen course at Oxford or Cambridge. Every student applying to study on our Programme goes through an initial assessment with our Admissions team. This is a 30-minute consultation (free of charge) where our team assesses your viability.

We accept students onto our exclusive Programmes based upon the following:

ACADEMIC PROFILE

Whether you have the right academic profile to be realistically considered by Oxford or Cambridge university.

WIDER PROFILE

Whether you have begun to demonstrate the kind of interest that is looked upon favourably by admissions tutors.

ATTITUDE

Whether you are approaching your application and admission to Oxbridge with the right mindset.

TIME COMMITMENT

Applying to Oxbridge takes a significant commitment – if a student cannot commit the time, we cannot work with them.

Learn more about our admissions criteria on our UniAdmissions Students page. 

FAQs

Got some questions about the Oxbridge History of Art Premium Programme? You might just find the answer here. If not, you can always reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help!

If you are applying for History of Art at Cambridge, you will need to sit the History of Art Admissions Assessment before being shortlisted.

Oxford does not require an Admissions Test but does require two pieces of written work to be submitted. 

The History of Art Premium Programme includes access to the Oxbridge Personal Statement and Interview live Intensive Courses.

As with everything else that makes up your Programme, you can find your recommended reading list on the Preparation Portal under the ‘Extras’ tab.