Discover History - 19 June 2013
'History' covers a range of exciting subjects that can be explored at The University of Manchester. Courses can include modules on ancient, medieval, modern and economic and social history, as well as the history of science, technology and medicine, and students can specialise in topics that include British, European, American, African and Asian history.
History can be studied with various combinations of subjects, including Politics, Economics, American Studies and Sociology. There is also a range of history-related courses, including Archaeology, Art History, Classics and Ancient History, as well as Museum Studies.
This day gave students the chance to explore the variety of degrees and course options available within the study of History at Manchester, as well as gain information on the diverse range of potential career opportunities open to History graduates.
|9.30am||Arrival, registration and refreshments
Welcome and introduction
Overview of History-related disciplines
|10.30am||Break and move to overviews|
|10.40am||Parallel overviews of History-related disciplines|
|11.10am||Break and workshop sign-in and move to parallel overviews|
|11.40am||Parallel overviews of History-related disciplines|
|12.10pm||Campus and departmental tour with current undergraduate students|
|1.20pm||Undergraduates will direct groups to workshop rooms|
|2.30pm||Break and change workshops|
|3.40pm||Move to lecture theatre supported by Ambassadors|
|4.00pm||Evaluation and close (4.15pm)|
For information about relevant degree programmes see:
- Full list of History single and joint honours courses
- More about Archaeology courses
- More about Art History and Visual Studies courses
- More about Classics and Ancient History courses (with or without an ancient language option)