The Global History MA is designed to encourage you to think about historical problems beyond their local, national and regional contexts, training you to think about how historical change happens because of the interaction of local, global and international factors.
The MA in the History of Welfare and Medicine programme in the School of History is a research-led postgraduate programme which seeks to introduce students to a range of issues, controversies, debates, and specialist topics in the history of health, medicine and welfare.
The MA in Archives and Records Management aims to provide a recognised qualification for those wishing to work as archivists in archives services and in organisations which require professional expertise in corporate record services.
The Certificate in Archives Management and the Certificate in Records Management are part-time undergraduate level courses aimed at individuals already working with records or archives in their employing organisations who are seeking to acquire and develop knowledge of professional best practice in core areas of archives or records management.
Understanding and teaching the Holocaust poses significant scholarly and pedagogical challenges. The Professional Certificate in Holocaust Studies promotes the latest scholarship on the Holocaust and it provides teachers with material and experiences to enhance teaching about the Holocaust in the classroom.