You can combine the study of historical periods and political history with a study of modern politics and international relations.
History is not just concerned with writing narratives about the past, but also with interpreting the past. You will investigate how and why changes have occurred or why changes that might have been anticipated haven’t happened. Politics is concerned with the system through which decisions are made – with parties, prime ministers and presidents and with international institutions. Ultimately, it is concerned with the study of power: who has it, how they get it and what they do with it.
Year of entry 2013
Length 3 years full-time · 6 years part-time
UCAS code(s) VLC2
Fees UK and EU full-time students: £8,000 · Non-EU full-time international students: £10,000
Location All Saints Campus, Manchester where is this?
Department Combined Honours Office
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