On either the Renaissance and Modern, or the Modern stream, you can choose from a variety of study options spanning geography and time.
Aimed at students who are interested in ideas for their own sake, but recognise that they are developed in particular contexts, for particular purposes.
This course examines the political and social dimensions of history, and how historical events have influenced the world we live in today.
The history of people, culture and societies, and their evolution in the modern era is explored, examining topics, such as gender, and health from a historical perspective.
This course considers history and literature as vitally intertwined disciplines.
- With a year spent studying in a French speaking country, you will develop an in-depth knowledge of French language, culture and historical processes.
Experience German language and culture during a year abroad, and graduate as a highly qualified linguist with a deep understanding of key issues in Germany’s past and present.
Explore the history, literature and language of the Hispanic world and immerse yourself in its culture with a year studying in a Spanish speaking country.
Discover early and modern history and explore the cultural approaches to contemporary Italy, whilst immersing yourself in Italian culture studying at an Italian university.
Investigate the contemporary problems that our governments, scientists, philosophers, educationalists and charities are grappling with, and rise to the challenge of exploring possible, practical solutions.