Taking in the major periods and events in World and Scottish history, our History courses offer a chance to examine the past through a variety of approaches.
Courses marked as (credit) are open to all, however participants will be required to matriculate as a student at the University of Edinburgh as part of the registration process for these courses. Guidance on this process will be provided. Find out more about studying for credit here.
|African-American History: From Slavery to the White House (Credit)|
|Wars and Revolutions: the Making of Britain and the British Empire 1660-1860 (Credit)|
|Introducing Modern European History (Credit Plus)|
|Scottish Handwriting 1: 1500-1700|
Term 3 Courses (Starting April 2018)
|Rome 'Caput Mundi': Curia, Cardinals and Courtesans from 1300 to 1590 (Credit)|
|The Scots Abroad, 1750 - 1950: Emigration, Ambition and Empire|
|The Scottish Clans|
|Edinburgh 1780-1833, Politics, Corruption and Reform|
For all general enquiries relating to the course, such as places available or location, please contact COL by phoning +44(0)131 650 4400 or emailing COL@ed.ac.uk.
Our Course Organisers can help you with enquiries about the academic content of courses.