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Postgraduate taught courses

Find out about from Jonathan Phillips and Anna Whitelock about the postgraduate programmes we offer; what we look for in an applicant; the facilities and research expertise available to our students; and the kinds of careers our graduates go on to.

Overview

Applicants

Facilities

Research

Careers

The Department

The History Department has a large and lively community of postgraduates, many of them part-time. With more than 30 full-time members of staff, we offer an exceptional variety of expertise and high quality of research. The Department also benefits from the University of London libraries and seminar programmes, and from proximity to the National Archives at Kew and the British Library in central London. Royal Holloway's masters courses are taught either on the Egham campus or at the College's central London teaching site, 11 Bedford Square.

Our courses

Applying

For information and advice about how to apply for one of our MA programmes, please consult the College's online application service, Royal Holloway Direct.

MA Scholarships

The History Department is offering a number of scholarships to students starting a Masters degree in September 2017:

These scholarships will be awarded to new Masters students who will start their studies in the Department of History, R.H.U.L. in September 2017. Apply by 17 March 2017. For further details on making your application, click on the links above.

 

  
 
 
 

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