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The MSc Economic History provides a historical and interdisciplinary perspective on important economic problems such as the causes of long-run economic development, the expansion of businesses and financial markets, the role of the government in the economy and the origins of globalization. Read more
A historical perspective is key to enabling tomorrow’s professionals to deal with socio-political issues of the future. The Master in European Contemporary History encourages historical approaches to contemporary European issues and provides in-depth training on issues such as. Read more
This MA builds on Sussex’s long tradition of innovation and expertise in intellectual history. Exploring the major transformations and discourses in intellectual life since 1500, you’ll focus on. Read more
Are referendums a threat to democracy? Why is it so difficult to combat the world's economic inequality? What does the future of the welfare state look like? The Master's degree in History of Politics and Society gives you a thorough insight into the historical roots of the most important political and social issues that concern politicians, journalists and policymakers today. Read more
This programme focuses on the economic analysis of financial and banking issues. It is aimed at students interested in financial markets and banking systems, and those who already work in financial and banking institutions, as well as government organisations more broadly. Read more
Habitat loss, global climate change, water and air pollution, ozone depletion, species invasions, loss of biodiversity, and the accumulation of toxic wastes are among the many environmental dilemmas our society faces each day. Read more
The two-year full-time study programme (120 ECTS) focuses on the analysis of changes in ideas, institutions and organizations caused by social, economic and political integration and comparisons of the development of educational and social policies across time and space. Read more