The course is designed to develop both your transferable skills and subject specific knowledge. You will learn, through the tutorial experience, to read and study key texts in detail, to think critically and analytically about important ideas and issues, and to write knowledgeably and attractively about questions which matter to you and to society. You will also learn about philosophical and ethical ideas. you will study a dynamic and challenging subject, explore diverse aspects of past cultures and gain a rich perspective on current issues. Over the course of your degree, you will develop your knowledge of British, European and international history.
A recognised and relevant foundation/Access course (minimum pass mark for a UK-based foundation programme is usually 55%), Higher Secondary School Certificate with a minimum score of 70%, High School Diploma (to age 18) where it is deemed equivalent to A Levels (3 A Level passes at BCC/CCC), An International Baccalaureate (28 points), EDEXCEL BTEC National Diploma (MMM-DMM), IELTS 6.0 overall with no component less than 5.5 (or equivalent).
Careers in Teaching (primary and secondary); Youth Work; Publishing; Community work; Police service; Health care & nursing; Journalism