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  History: Twentieth-Century History MA


University of Liverpool    Department of History

Full time & Part time September MA 1 year full time, 2 years part time

About the course

The Twentieth-Century History MA pathway focuses specifically on the major events of previous century, and how the world as we know it today can be better understood through the events of the time.

INTRODUCTION

This absorbing MA gives you the opportunity to study and reflect on major twentieth-century events, such as total war, the rise and fall of communism, the collapse of the European empires, the changing place of women in western society and the decline of traditional religious belief.

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Entry Requirements

To apply for one of our History MA programmes you should normally have a BA in History, Ancient History, English Literature, Modern Languages, Art History, Classics Politics, Sociology or a related discipline (UK classification 2:1 or above, or international equivalent).

A Personal Statement which clearly demonstrates an interest in the programme and an understanding of the context of the programme is also required.



Fees

UK fees (applies to Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland)
Full-time place, per year - £10,150
Part-time place, per year - £5,075

International fees
Full-time place, per year - £21,400
Part-time place, per year - £10,700

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Amy Mcsweeney

"My favourite thing about master’s study is that you’re better placed to pursue original research. History at undergraduate level requires that you learn about what happened to whom when, whilst postgraduate studies give you the skills to ask your own questions, not just learn the answers to other people’s."

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