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Warwick in Venice History Programme

See the new video of staff and students describing the Warwick in Venice History Programme, one of the exciting opportunities available to single-honours history students at Warwick.

Venice Screenshot
Thu 31 Jan 2019, 16:36 | Tags: Media, Teaching, Undergraduate

Guide to sources for History students at the MRC

The Modern Records Centre (MRC) at Warwick University has prepared a set of digital research guides to assist and encourage undergraduate students to use archival sources in their modules of study. The guides can be found on the MRC website.
 

MRC

Guide to sources for History students at the MRC

 

Fri 19 Aug 2016, 10:55 | Tags: Research, Teaching, Undergraduate

Venice Programme students visit the Doge's Palace

The Warwick University History Department students currently engaged in the Venice Programme for the Autumn term, available to all third-year single-honour history students at Warwick, visited the Palazzo Ducale (the Doge's Palace) on Wednesday 21st October 2015 with their tutors Dr Jonathan Davies and Dr Celeste McNamara.

Venice - Doge

 

Thu 22 Oct 2015, 08:46 | Tags: Teaching, Undergraduate

Recruitment of Four Assistant Professors

As a result of outstanding success in both research and teaching, the Warwick University History Department is delighted to announce the recruitment of four fixed-term assistant professors, all starting in September 2015:

The closing date for applications for all four posts is 20th April 2015. Please direct any informal queries to the Head of Department, Professor Daniel Branch, at D.P.Branch@warwick.ac.uk.
 

Thu 19 Mar 2015, 15:31 | Tags: Research Teaching Recruitment Announcement

NSS Results: Increased Student Satisfaction of Warwick History Students

NSSOverall student satisfaction for History students at Warwick University has risen to 93% in this year’s National Student Survey (NSS). The University as a whole has seen noteworthy increases in satisfaction in 5 of the 6 main category scores, including a 7% increase in satisfaction with Assessment and Feedback.

Thank you to all the students that took the time to complete the survey, giving us a clear picture of what their learning experience was like and helping us identify areas of strengths and weaknesses so that we can bring about enhancements to the student experience for current and future students.

Warwick’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift said:

This success reflects our commitment to provide Warwick students with a high quality research led learning experience, that also equips them to become internationally aware and to leave Warwick inspired and equipped to take on some of our world’s greatest challenges. It also reflects Warwick’s continued reinvestment in its campus to provide the experience that our students expect.”

The NSS is an independent high profile census of nearly half a million final year students at Higher Education and Further Education institutions throughout the UK. The NSS results inform prospective applicants about the student experience at Warwick, and the feedback helps potential students with their decision about where they wish to study.

Fri 15 Aug 2014, 09:01 | Tags: Teaching, Undergraduate

Assistant Professor of South Asian History

The Department of History seeks to appoint an Assistant Professor of South Asian History, with a closing date for applications of Wednesday 13th March 2013. Further details are available from the University's job vacancies website at https://secure.admin.warwick.ac.uk/webjobs/jobs/academic/job22778.html

 

Tue 12 Feb 2013, 11:49 | Tags: Research Teaching Announcement

Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research Students (WATEPGR)

Congratulations to Martin Moore, History PhD student, on receiving a commendation at the 2012 Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research Students (WATEPGR).

Tue 04 Sep 2012, 17:15 | Tags: Teaching Postgraduate Announcement

New Venice MA Module

A new MA module, "Culture, Society, and Religion in Renaissance Venice", to be taught entirely in Venice during the Autumn term has been launched for the 2012/13 academic year. This new module can be taken by students on the 'MA in History' and the 'MA in Religious, Social, and Cultural History'.
 

Venice

Mon 30 Jan 2012, 15:32 | Tags: Teaching Postgraduate Announcement

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