‘If I could, I’d do it all over again’

Before having found AHA, I had never been away from home without the company of friends or family. The idea of being on my own was a terrifying concept. But AHA changed that for me. I came into the program thinking I would fail....


This is why our Summer Courses in Italy are the best

We asked last year’s AHA Scholarship winner, Noël Masal, to tell us why she was interested in our approach to student courses and how the experience affected her and her choices for the future. Fed up with boring summer activities that simply looked impressive...


What Helena did next …

AHA has always believed that art and culture are for everyone and not just art historians.  A knowledge of culture and civilisation is necessary not just to gain qualifications but to understand fully the societies we live in, how they came about and where...


Nick reviews an alumni’s book

Oscar the Ferry Cat A little while ago, Director Nick Ross was delighted to receive through the post an enchanting children’s book entitled “Oscar the Ferry Cat” from AHA alumni (and a runner up in our scholarship), Molly Arbuthnott.  Molly trained and works as...


alumni Molly in front of Amelia Earhart's Little Red Bus

Alumni careers – where are they now?

As a company that has been sharing its passion for art history for over 30 years, we love to hear about the exciting paths our alumni take after their AHA course.  Here we catch up with two of them who have kept their lifelong...