History

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Whatever career you choose, history will give you a deeper understanding of aspects of life such as politics, religion and culture. You’ll learn about dramatic moments in history that have literally changed the world.

History

What will I study?

In history you’ll learn about dramatic moments that have changed the world. Topics include British history between 1483-1529, The USA and Vietnam from 1961-1975, as well as Russia and the USSR from 1941 to 1991. Students will also need to submit a personal study of approximately 3,500 words, based on the struggle for African American Civil Rights between 1850 and 1968.

Co-curricular activities?

We hope to give you the opportunity to attend lectures given by respected academics.

Where might it lead?

History helps develop a great variety of skills including analysis, comprehension, research, presentation and organisation, which are valued by both universities and employers. Former students have told us that studying History has given them excellent preparation for degrees in subjects including History, Law, Business, English and Politics. A wide range of job opportunities are also open to you, including journalism, broadcasting, law, local and central government, teaching, public relations and business management.

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