We typically ask for a 2:1 degree in History or a related discipline.
Months of entry
The world needs better politics: better ways of distributing resources and resolving conflicts.
How can we do this when our engagement with politics is most often local and national? The politics of the future is haunted by those of the past. In order to imagine and move towards building a new future, an understanding of history must underpin national and international politics.
This interdisciplinary MA seeks to address these problems by bringing together politics and contemporary history, with a particular focus on transnational ideas and institutions.
You'll benefit from a wide range of expertise across two outstanding departments, as well as access to numerous centres and institutes, including:
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Administrator
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