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Entry requirements for this course are normally:
- An Honours degree (2:1 or above) in History, or a cognate subject, usually from within the Humanities or Social Sciences
If your first language is not English, you will need to meet the minimum requirements of an English Language qualification. The minimum for IELTS is 6.5 overall with no element lower than 6.0, or equivalent will be considered acceptable. Read more about the University’s entry requirements for students outside of the UK on our Where are you from information pages.
Months of entry
This taught Master’s course, made up of four modules and a 12,000-word dissertation is set up to analyse and discuss the Holocaust and other genocides, particular with an eye to cultural representations and the impact of historic genocides on current international legislation and conflict resolution. The course thus attempts to build a bridge between the past and the present on more than one level: looking at historic genocides (such as the Holocaust) and how this influenced our current stance on issues such as conflicts and racism; but also by discussing the experience of the victims back then and now, for example by comparing child refugees in the 1930s and today.
The course is targeted at those who wish to develop their understanding of the history and nature of the Holocaust and other genocides. It is designed to lead into PhD work for those wishing to progress to further Higher Education, as well as leading to a range of professional roles linked to humanitarian issues, for example.
For more information about our research areas of interest visit our History research pages
Fees and funding
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Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time12 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
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