MA Historical Research & Public History

New College of the Humanities

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SummaryOur MA Historical Research & Public History offers a rich and intensive study of historical research and public history, designed to produce talented and sought-after historians who are able to apply their skills not only to academia but also to the practice of history in the public sphere.This degree is unique in its combination of advanced training in historical method, historiography, theory and practice of historical research, and evaluation of primary evidence alongside an ... READ MORE

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Full time | New College of the Humanities | 1 year | 21-SEP-20

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21-SEP-20
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1 year

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Mollie
25 Feb 20

MA Historical Research & Public History

Fantastic. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here at NCH, and I would strongly encourage people to apply who are...
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Aaron
20 Nov 19

MA Historical Research & Public History

There is absolutely nothing to criticise. Nothing. Even before formally enrolling, I was taken aback by the courteous...

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New College of the Humanities
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Founded by philosopher A C Grayling in 2011, the award-winning New College of the Humanities (NCH) is one of the UK’s leading providers of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in humanities subjects. NCH is small in size, with fewer than 300 students, but not in stature. It was created with a big mission: to disrupt the UK higher education system by offering a highly-personalised, liberal arts education, designed to produce well-rounded, highly employable graduates. Boasting one of the best staff-to-student ratios in the UK, NCH is renowned for its small group and one-to-one tutorial methods of education, which supports students’ intellectual development. In 2019 , the college merged with Northeastern University, a highly ranked U.S. university. The partnership has enabled the college to develop and grow, whilst still retaining its academic independence.

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New College of the Humanities

19 Bedford Square London
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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