Key Facts

V101
  • UCAS Tariff

    120 - 96

  • Course Length

    3 Year

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Student Satisfaction and Employability Results

90% overall student satisfaction for the Department of History and Welsh History (NSS 2020).

99% of our graduates were in work or further study within 6 months, 6% more than Historical & Philosophical studies graduates nationally (HESA 2018*)

Overview

Our Staff

Department of History and Welsh History lecturers are all qualified to PhD level, and most also have a PGCHE.

Modules

Please note: The modules listed below are those currently intended for delivery during the next academic year and may be subject to change. They are included here to give an indication of how the course is structured.

Core

Module Name Module Code Credit Value
Cydio mewn Hanes: Ffynonellau a'u Haneswy HA10420 20

Options

Module Name Module Code Credit Value
Europe and the World, 1000-2000 * HY12420 20
Medieval and Early Modern Britain and Europe, 1000-1800 HY11420 20
People, Power and Identity: Wales 1200-1999 * WH11720 20
The Modern World, 1789 to the present HY11820 20

Core

Module Name Module Code Credit Value

Options

Module Name Module Code Credit Value
American History skills module HY25020 20
Beirdd a Noddwyr: Llên a Hanes c.1300-1500 CY20720 20
Crime and Daily Life in Early Modern England and Wales HY22320 20
Exploring Nineteenth-Century Exhibitions HY24620 20
Gwrando ar Hanes: Y mudiad Hawliau Sifil yn America HA24720 20
Heritage Skills HY23320 20
History as myth-Making: the 'Myth of the Blitz' HY23420 20
Image Wars in Southeast Asia: Studying 20th Century Propaganda HY23720 20
Writing about war in high medieval Scandinavia c.1050-1264 HY22920 20
An Age of Empire: Britain and Ireland, 1850-1914 HY26920 20
Asian Migration in the Modern World HY27220 20
Between Revolution and Reform: China since 1800 HY28520 20
Concro’r Byd: Twf a Chwymp Ymerodraethau Prydain a Ffrainc HA21820 20
Crime, Riot and Morality in Wales 1750-1850 * WH23420 20
Culture, Society and the Victorians HY29320 20
Cymdeithas Cymru Fodern 1868-1950 HC24420 20
Diwylliant, Cymdeithas a’r Fictoriaid HA29320 20
European Society and the Medieval Mind 1200-1500 HY25820 20
Famine in Medieval England HY25520 20
From Poor Law to Welfare State: Poverty and Welfare in Modern Britain, 1815-1948 HY29220 20
From the Second Empire to the Third Reich: Weimar Germany 1914-1933 HY28420 20
Knighthood and Chivalry in high medieval England, 1066-1300 HY20420 20
Media and Society in Twentieth Century Britain HY27520 20
Modern American History HY28320 20
Rhyfel Cartref America HA26820 20
Science, Religion and Magic HY28620 20
Stori America, 1607-1867, ar Ffilm a Theledu HA24520 20
Stori yr Unol Daleithiau ar Ffilm a Theledu, 1865-2008 HA28120 20
The Atlantic World, 1492-1825 HY29720 20
The British Isles in the Long Eighteenth Century HY22020 20
The European Reformation HY26520 20
The Great Divergence: Europe and Asia, c.1300-c.1800 HY26320 20
The Nazi Dictatorship: Regime and Society in Germany 1933-1945 HY29420 20
The Rise of Modern Medicine, c.1750-2000 HY27320 20
The Tudors: A European Dynasty? HY20920 20
Wales and the Kings of Britain: Conflict, Power and Identities in the British Isles 1039-1417 WH20120 20
Wales under the Tudors * WH23520 20

Core

Module Name Module Code Credit Value

Options

Module Name Module Code Credit Value
Britain at War 1939-45 (Part 1) HQ37520 20
Britain at War 1939-45 (Part 2) HQ37620 20
Milwyr, Myfyrwyr a Masnachwyr: Teithio a Symudedd yn Ewrop Ganoloesol (Rhan 1) HP34520 20
Milwyr, Myfyrwyr a Masnachwyr: Teithio a Symudedd yn Ewrop Ganoloesol (Rhan 2) HP34620 20
The English Reformation, 1520-58: Revolution and Counter Revolution HQ35020 20
The English Reformation, 1558-1648: Consolidation and Conflict HQ35620 20
The Irish in Britain, c. 1850-1922 (Part 2): Community and Conflict HQ35520 20
The Irish in Britain, c.1815-70 (Part 1): Migration and Settlement HQ35420 20
The Norwegian civil wars: 1174-1263 Part 1 HQ33520 20
The Norwegian civil wars: 1174-1263 Part 2 HQ33620 20
The Third Reich (Part 1): Building the Dictatorship. Regime and Society in Nazi Germany, 1933-1939 HQ38320 20
The Third Reich (Part 2): War and the Holocaust, 1939-1945 HQ38420 20
An Age of Empire: Britain and Ireland, 1850-1914 HY36920 20
Asian Migration in the Modern World HY37220 20
Between Revolution and Reform: China since 1800 HY38520 20
Concro'r Byd: Tŵf a Chwymp Ymerodraethau Prydain a Ffrainc HA31820 20
Crime, Riot and Morality in Wales 1750-1850 * WH33420 20
Culture, Society and the Victorians HY39320 20
Cymdeithas Cymru Fodern 1868-1950 HC34420 20
Diwylliant, Cymdeithas a’r Fictoriaid HA39320 20
European Society and the Medieval Mind 1200-1500 HY35820 20
Famine in Medieval England HY35520 20
From Poor Law to Welfare State: Poverty and Welfare in Modern Britain, 1815-1948 HY39220 20
From the Second Empire to the Third Reich: Weimar Germany 1914-1933 HY38420 20
Knighthood and Chivalry in high medieval England, 1066-1300 HY30420 20
Media and Society in Twentieth Century Britain HY37520 20
Modern American History HY38820 20
Rhyfel Cartref America HA36820 20
Science, Religion and Magic HY38620 20
Stori America, 1607-1867, ar Ffilm a Theledu HA34520 20
Stori yr Unol Daleithiau ar Ffilm a Theledu, 1865-2008 HA38120 20
The Atlantic World, 1492-1825 HY39720 20
The British Isles in the Long Eighteenth Century HY30120 20
The European Reformation HY36520 20
The Great Divergence: Europe and Asia, c.1300-c.1800 HY36320 20
The Nazi Dictatorship: Regime and Society in Germany 1933-1945 HY39420 20
The Rise of Modern Medicine, c.1750-2000 HY37320 20
The Tudors: A European Dynasty? HY30920 20
Wales and the Kings of Britain: Conflict, Power and Identities in the British Isles 1039-1417 WH30120 20
Wales under the Tudors * WH33520 20

* Also available partially or entirely through the medium of Welsh

Employability

Learning & Teaching

Student Views

Typical Entry Requirements

UCAS Tariff 120 - 96

A Levels BBB-CCC

GCSE requirements (minimum grade C/4):
English or Welsh

BTEC National Diploma:
DDM-MMM

International Baccalaureate:
30-26

European Baccalaureate:
75%-65% overall

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