The History programme from University of Glasgow hosts the Centre for Gender History which works closely with external organisations in the field of women’s and gender issues.
You’ll be able to take courses offered by members of the Scottish Centre for War Studies which offers expertise in war and conflict from medieval times to the present day.
You will take two core courses covering Scottish and Medieval history over a broad time span. Between them, these courses introduce you to the study of history first in a national Scottish and then a broader European context. Forces driving continuity and change in Scottish and European politics, society, economy and culture are assessed over time.
As a History graduate you will be able to enter many different careers, from teaching to the financial services. Among many other organisations, our recent History graduates have been employed by:
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England, Wales and Northern Ireland: £27,750 per total
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
We offer a wide range of scholarships to our undergraduates, including both home/EU and international students. The University is committed to supporting students and rewarding academic excellence. That’s why we’ve invested more than £1m in additional scholarship funding in recent years.
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