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If you want to keep the traditions of the past alive across your culture this programme may interest you whether you are from Scotland or live in Scotland. The programme can lead to teaching and further research or you can be involved in bringing the past alive and re-inventing traditions in new events for the future. Examples of traditions which contribute significantly to their economies are Uphelia on Shetland and The Fireballs ceremony in Stonehaven which is also replicated in towns in Northern England such as the Tar Barrels ceremony at Allendale. All of these ceremonies come from traditions within cultures that came to Britain in our past and they offer us unique understanding about the life and times of ancient civilisations.
We are all shaped by the cultural experiences in our
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A good undergraduate degree in a humanities or social science subject.English Language Requirement f is an IELTS of 6.5 with 6.0 in the writing and reading (or equivalent TOEFL iBT or PTE)
English Language English Language Requirements
Pre-Sessional English Language Support
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