You are viewing this course for September start 2024
Staff in the Department of History and Welsh History are active researchers and experts in their field of History. Most are qualified to PhD level and hold PGCHE. To find out more about our staff, please visit our departmental staff page.
Lecturers in the Department of International Politics are all research active and qualified to PhD level, and most also have a PGCHE.
Modules September start - 2024
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.
|Behind the Headlines
|Exploring the International 1: Central Concepts and Core Skills *
|Europe and the World, 1000-2000
|Globalization and Global Development
|Medieval and Early Modern Britain and Europe, 1000-1800
|People, Power and Identity: Wales 1200-1999
|Politics in the 21st Century
|The Making of the Modern World: War Peace and Revolution since 1789
|The Modern World, 1789 to the present
|War, Strategy and Intelligence
|'Hands on' History: Sources and their Historians
|International Relations: Perspectives and Debates
* Also available partially or entirely through the medium of Welsh
Teaching & Learning
Typical Entry Requirements
UCAS Tariff 120 - 96
A Levels BBB-CCC
GCSE requirements (minimum grade C/4):
English or Welsh
BTEC National Diploma:
English Language Requirements:
See our Undergraduate English Language Requirements for this course. Pre-sessional English Programmes are also available for students who do not meet our English Language Requirements.
Country Specific Entry Requirements:
International students whose qualification is not listed on this page, can check our Country Specific Entry Requirements for further information.
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