History in London

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UCL is in the heart of London and within walking distance of a wealth of specialised research institutes, archives and libraries. It offers a unique range of expertise in European history as well as the history of Europe in its relation with the wider world. Alongside the History Department, many historians work in the language departments, SSEES and the Department of Science and Technology Studies. The overall number of full time historians at UCL amounts to ca. 70. Geographically, UCL deals with West, Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and meso-regions such as the Mediterranean, Scandinavia and the Balkans. It offers the opportunity to study History in a cross-national perspective and at the same time to focus on specific countries or regions. There are close links with institutions such as the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), the Institute for Historical Research and with other institutions within the School for Advanced Study and the London based cultural institutes of many countries.

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