This course is available through clearing
BA History and American Studies / Careers
Year of entry: 2019
Studying History at The University of Manchester helps to develop transferable skills including analysis and critical reasoning, perception, judgment, critique, interpretation, and time management.
Our graduates enjoy success in a wide range of careers, which reflects the high regard in which employers hold a History degree from Manchester.
Employers include the BBC, KPMG, Deloitte, Marks and Spencer, Aviva, Accenture, and Barclays.
Professions include teaching and academia, heritage and museums, the civil service, policy and think tanks, media and journalism, marketing and public relations, and law and accountancy.
Studying American Studies helps to develop versatile skills, including:
- communicating ideas clearly in spoken and written forms;
- articulating knowledge of concepts and theories;
- managing your time effectively;
- working and thinking independently, critically and creatively.
Graduates of American Studies enjoy opportunities in a wide range of professions. These include writing, publishing, journalism, librarianship, teaching, new media, PR, law, finance, business management, computing and Civil Service.