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History (BA) (Part-time study)

part time students

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The University of Warwick welcome applications from students wishing to undertake their undergraduate degree on a part time basis. Part-time students complete the same quantity of work undertaken by full time students, but this work is spread out over a longer period. Part-time study for our History degree typically takes four - eight years.
The History Degree offers a broad introduction to the study of history by drawing on the strengths not only of the History Department, a leading national department with expertise in a broad range of periods and places. Alongside core modules you’ll pick optional modules, from within and outside the department, allowing you to explore new topics and develop your own ideas and analysis further.

Tutors are experts in their field and have extensive teaching experience, including working with adult learners. Throughout your degree programme you will be provided with considerable support and guidance. The degree is designed to be fully supportive to those who are new to university study, whatever your age.

There are a number of early evening modules but you will need to be able to study daytime too if you wish to choose from the full range of modules on offer.

Part-time students will join the vibrant community of students in the Warwick History Department, and are encouraged to attend as many of the wide range of departmental offerings (seminars, reading groups, discussion forums, conferences, etc) as they are able to accommodate into their own timetable.

Our entry requirements are flexible and we consider non-traditional qualifications, work and life experience. We welcome your application whatever your background and experience.

If you do have specific questions regarding the part-time degree with the History department, you can contact the tutor for Admissions, Dr Roger Fagge on

Apply now for September 2024 entry.