Modern and Contemporary History

In choosing to study the Modern and Contemporary History degree at Aberystwyth University you will specialise in the history of Britain, Europe and the Americas from 1730 to the present day. You will be part of one of the longest-established departments in the university, which is recognised as one of the foremost History departments in Britain. As a History student at Aberystwyth you will enjoy full membership of the National Library of Wales. With over 6 million books, maps and prints, it is situated within a five-minute walk of the Department, so you will never be without that important reference.

Duration
  1. 3 year(s)
Course Type Description

UG

Instruction Language
English / Welsh
Assessment Language
English
How you will study
Your commitment
Commitment Description
  1. Your commitment is full time
Where you will be based
Duration Description
  1. Starts: 2018

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Support available from the Coleg Cymraeg

25% of the course available in the medium of Welsh

The Coleg plans and supports the provision of Welsh medium higher education on a strategic basis across all the universities in Wales. By working with the universities, the Coleg enables them to secure and develop more opportunities for students studying through the medium of Welsh. In particular, the Coleg sponsors Welsh medium lecturing posts, supports projects to create new resources, and offers scholarships to undergraduate and postgraduate students to study through the medium of Welsh. More information on the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol's work can be found on the website www.colegcymraeg.ac.uk

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Aberystwyth University has a proud history dating back to 1872 – when it was established by the people of Wales as the first Welsh University. Since its early days the University has developed areas of great strength.

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