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The School of Humanities has the largest number of students of all the schools at Buckingham, and spreads across the widest range of subjects: from Economics to English Literature, Military History to Philosophy; Security Studies to Decorative Arts. If you have ever considered studying an intellectually-challenging richly humanistic subject, with small group teaching and tutorials, students from around 90 countries, and flexible study options, then Buckingham may be the perfect choice.
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This programme of postgraduate study is available in either full-time or part-time mode. These are degrees by research which require an original contribution to the body of knowledge in a particular academic or professional discipline. Read more
This unique MA in French and British Decorative Arts and Interiors focuses on the development of interiors and decorative arts in England and France in the “long” eighteenth century (c.1660-c.1830) and their subsequent rediscovery and reinterpretation in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Read more
Based in the city that gave Charles Dickens inspiration throughout his writing life, this groundbreaking London research programme offers students unique access not only to world-class scholars and practitioners drawn from the field of Dickens Studies and the media, but furthermore to the unique collections of the. Read more
The University of Buckingham has introduced a one-year. MA by research in the History of Art. Renaissance to Modernism. This groundbreaking programme is London-based and directed by the art historian Michael Prodger and the critic and biographer Martin Gayford. Read more
With military history one of the fastest-growing areas of academic study, the University of Buckingham introduced a one-year MA in Military History, by research, in 2009. Read more
The MA is offered by the University of Buckingham and the National Gallery in association with Waddesdon Manor (Rothschild Collections). Read more
This course is to be an interdisciplinary programme enabling students to examine, by way of a thesis, aspects of the history of the English country house between 1485 and 1945. Read more
This London-based course is an interdisciplinary programme enabling students to examine, by way of a dissertation of around 25,000 words, aspects of the history of the Tudor dynasty and its international importance. Read more
This course is to be an interdisciplinary programme enabling students to examine, by way of a thesis of the usual length allowed for Buckingham Master’s degree dissertations, aspects of Western Architectural History from the medieval period to the mid-twentieth century. Read more