Ucas code: S90
There is 8 hours of contact time a week; with regular essays and presentation to prepare for, much of my time outside of that I...
There is 8 hours of contact time a week; with regular essays and presentation to prepare for, much of my time outside of that I find I spend using the library facilities. The library houses the Mass Observation archives which are particularly important for researching on courses focusing on Britain from 1940s onwards. Modules throughout the history course range from broad topics, such as making of the modern world and global history, to more specific courses focusing on particular events, time and place, and certain periods in history. There is also the opportunity to study other modules from other related subject courses outside of history. I have found my chosen modules to be challenging but interesting, having learnt through research and teaching a great deal in a number of areas I have previously studied.×
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There is never a dull day at the uni, whether its a society social, festival or event taking place. the student union takes on...
There is never a dull day at the uni, whether its a society social, festival or event taking place. the student union takes on any comers with an idea for an event and do their best to make it happen. As for night time, the two student bars, run by the students union are always a hit, with open mic's, comedy nights and the bar kitchens that boast a ranges of dishes and delicacies to suit and palette. not to mention the yearly Ale festival! a personal favorite.×
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