Virtual open day for new online MSc History programme
A virtual ‘open day’ will be held, 3-4pm, Saturday 20 April, for distance learners interested in our new online MSc History programme, due to be launched this September (2013).
The interactive session will be hosted online by Dr David Kaufman, Programme Co-director of the MSc.
Participants will be able to see and hear Dr Kaufman, ask him questions via text chat or speak to him directly using Blackboard Collaborate, the virtual classroom which will be used to deliver the course.
The ‘open day’ will feature Dr Kaufman providing a short introduction to the MSc History programme and the range of library and support services available, before inviting questions in an open question and answer session.
Tradition of excellence and innovation
Fellow Programme Co-director, Dr Enda Delaney, says:
“History has been studied at the University of Edinburgh since its foundation in 1583 but the tradition of distinction really started with William Robertson, a leading scholar of the Scottish Enlightenment, who became Principal in 1762 and later, Historiographer Royal.
“Two hundred and fifty years on, we are using 21st century technology to offer a top-class postgraduate degree through distance learning.
“This is the only history programme of its kind currently offered by a world-class, ancient university.”
A further open day will take place, 29 May 2013. Bookings will be available after the April open day.
Book to take part
To register your interest in the April open day, check that your computer is compatible with Blackboard Collaborate or join the live session on the day, please click on this link:
Virtual open day
Find out more about the programme
You can choose to study for a full MSc, or start with just a single module, progressing if you wish to a Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma- and we offer a range of specialist courses.