Top 5 History University Courses

Interested in studying a humanities subject at University? Here’s a list of the Top 5 History courses around the UK!

University of Durham

Durham’s Department of History is hugely successful, being thoroughly engaged in teaching and research across an exceptional range of chronological, geographical and thematic areas. Locationally, the town itself is steeped in history. Students can visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is home to one of the most impressive works of medieval architecture, Durham’s cathedral.

University of Birmingham

The University of Birmingham has one of the largest and most diverse History departments in Britain. Over thirty academic staff offer a broad range of taught history; from global or cultural to economic or religious, there’s something for everyone. There are specialist teachers on hand, particularly in fields of Byzantine and African history, which can widen student’s learning opportunities and suit wider ranges of historical interests.

University of Bristol

Bristol’s BA History is all about undergraduate research – they don’t just read history, they ‘do’ history. Each year, students undertake one piece of independent research, ultimately culminating in a final-year dissertation. This method of teaching gives students a hands-on approach to a diverse and intellectual course. 

University of Sheffield

Want to establish a strong foundation for historical knowledge? Sheffield offers the ideal environment to study pivotal events, remarkable people and extraordinary documents. Unlike many other universities, Sheffield understands the importance of high-quality teaching in small groups. Seminars are therefore capped at 12 students in the first year, and 16 students in the latter years. 

University of Exeter

From heritage museums and art galleries to historical architecture, Exeter is a city brimming with history. Their progressive History course allows you to build a profoundly distinct degree with the support of tutors teaching you essential skills in order to evaluate sources and interpret historical writing. Hone your talents as a historian at the University of Exeter.

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