Applied to UCL History? Still thinking about applying?
Here are a number of ways to get connected UCL History:
1. Any further questions?
2. Work out your MA degree programme:
Click your MA on the degrees homepage
Find out who your Degree Tutor is and check your degree structure so you know how many courses you should be taking and which to choose from.
3. Check out the modules on offer:
Click the modules webpage
You can also get an idea of what we will be offering from the current 2013/14 modules.
4. Get ready for the start of term:
Have a look on Moodle.
All History courses currently running have Moodle pages where you can find more information about the courses, including bibliographies. Log in as a guest (beneath the main login fields) and then search by course code. You can contact email@example.com for the password (if needed). Some pages you might like to check out:
HISTGM01 - The core course page for History, European History and Transnational Studies
HISTGC01 - The core course page for Chinese Health and Humanity
MA Transnational Studies - the hub for TNS students
5. Improve your English:
Offer-holders for whom English is not their first language may be interested in enrolling on a pre-sessional English course with the UCL Centre for Language and International Education (CLIE). These courses are in advance of the start of term but early booking is essential!
6. Work through the small print:
Click on the 'Departmental Information for Postgraduates' on the current student's webpage
Have a look at the PG handbook if you want to get a better picture of how postgraduate study at UCL History works.
7. Finally... get connected to UCL History:
There are many free events and lectures in the department throughout the year so check back at the website and follow us through the following ways:
Find out about up and coming events, careers opportunities and general news and information about History and UCL History
Like the UCL History page
Join the PG group: search 'UCL Postgrad History'
Never visited before? Wondering what goes on at UCL? Watch lectures, listen to current students and see the sights.
Page last modified on 21 may 14 15:51 by Joanna Fryer