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A UK first class or 2:1 Honours degree at undergraduate level or the international equivalent in a relevant discipline is normally required.
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The programme aims to provide students with the intellectual environment, background, training and support, which are essential for the conduct of critical historical enquiry.
The taught MSc/Diploma in the Second World War in Europe (History) is distinctive in its focus on a major event involving a great variety of countries in the 20th century.
The programme provides a satisfying academic experience for those who wish to study the impact of the Second World War on civilians in belligerent, occupied and neutral countries.
You will follow seven courses: two compulsory courses common to all History MSc degrees; four thematic courses designed for The Second World War in Europe; and an individual dissertation.
You will be taught primarily in seminars. You will be examined through coursework and a dissertation totalling approximately 30,000 words. A supervisor will be assigned for your dissertation.
Students who study this programme will be able to demonstrate:
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This article was published on Apr 25, 2013