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Masters in History

Study History Masters Programmes

A history degree will allow you to explore the events of the past, and understand how these came to happen. You will be given the opportunity to study the great and progressive moments of history, as well as the regressive and harmful historical events, whilst discussing why these things occur, and how we can avoid repeating negative history.

You will be able to discover how history plays a role in today's society, and how the history we are creating for future generations will shape the modern world.

Masters in History in 2024

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History MA

University of Pécs Hungary

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History of Art and Archaeology MA

SOAS University of London United Kingdom

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History and Classics MA, PhD

University of Alberta Canada

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PGCE Secondary (History) PGCE

Bishop Grosseteste University United Kingdom

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Master of History MA

KU Leuven Belgium

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Art History MA

John Cabot University Italy

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History MPhil, PhD

Swansea University United Kingdom

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History Master Degree

University of Groningen Netherlands

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