The Department welcomes students engaged in part-time degree programmes. Each year students from the part-time courses of Historical Studies, English and Cultural Studies, European Studies, Humanities, and Social Studies take modules in the History Department (including the School of Comparative American Studies). Although the Centre for Lifelong Learning is the base department for all part-time students, the History Department appoints a member of academic staff as the History Part-Time Degrees Coordinator to address any academic and pastoral issues that part-time students might have.
Part-time students may register for up to three modules per year, subject to the availability of module places. In addition to the daytime modules, the Department offers between one and four evening modules each year (depending on student numbers) for those part-time students that prefer evening study. To request a place on a daytime or evening module, part-time students must submit an online module nomination form by the Summer term deadline (please check the webpage for the exact deadline).
Students should refer to the History Department Part-Time Degrees Student Handbook for more information. In addition, the following staff and departments are available for queries: