History with Philosophy BA (Hons)

New College of the Humanities

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UCAS CODE K423
Engage with two of the major traditional methods of viewing the world, studying the practice and applications of the historical discipline itself and assessing historical views about the constitution of the world and how we ought to act within it.SummaryThe History with Philosophy BA (Hons) will enable you to engage with two of the major traditional methods of viewing the world. You will learn about how people have lived and interacted, from Roman Empire Britain to modern day America. You will ... READ MORE

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Start date and duration

Start date
20-SEP-21
Full Time
3 Years

History

Drop-out rate
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Calculated by 100% - (% of students continuing course + % of students completed course)
100 - 90 = 10% Drop-out rate
Source: UNISTATS, 2019

Philosophy

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Source: IDP Connect, July 2020

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Latest Philosophy reviews

Philosophy
SR
Student Reviewer
29 Jan 20

MA Philosophy

Very satisfied- the one to one tutorials are the best part. Although we can have more weekly office hours that we can...
SR
Student Reviewer
27 Jan 20

MA Philosophy

University has good conditions to study philosophy. Although you can clearly see that university is still in progress...

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Student rating ( 4.8) 52 reviews

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New College of the Humanities
Student rating
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( 4.6)
New College of the Humanities (NCH) is a university-level institution offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in humanities and social sciences, based in Bloomsbury in the heart of London. Students at NCH study a combined honours degree comprising a ‘major’ subject and a ‘minor’ subject from any two of the following: Art History Creative Writing (minor only) Data Science (minor only) Economics English History Law Philosophy Politics & International Relations Psychology (minor only) They also offer Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE) and Philosophy, Politics & History (PPH) combinations, as well as a single honours Law LLB. The College’s unique liberal arts-inspired undergraduate curriculum is taught through one-to-one tutorials and small group tutorials, as well as interactive lectures of no more than 60 students.

Where you'll study

New College of the Humanities

19 Bedford Square London
Camden
WC1B 3HH United Kingdom Nearest tube station: Goodge Street  0.1 miles away Nearest train station: Euston   0.5 miles away

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