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Course Choices

Syllabi and Course Descriptions

You will have a chance to discuss your course choices with your Personal Tutor during Induction Week.

Syllabi by degree programme
Introductory course descriptions
Full-year course descriptions

Course Choice Forms

Please note that the forms available to download below are examples only. You should complete and submit the colour-coded hard copy that you will receive on arrival.

BA Ancient History
BA History / BA History with a Year Abroad
BA History with a European Language
BA Ancient History & Egyptology: your first year courses are all compulsory

Interdepartmental Courses

Depending on your degree programme, you may be able to take up to one of your required four course units in another department. Different departments have different ways of registering for their courses. If you are interested in taking a course outside the History department, it is worth contacting the relevant department or looking at their website to see whether you will need to attend a registration session during induction week. You will find some further information about registration in popular departments for History students below.

Most Ancient Languages are taught in the Department of Greek & Latin. Some of you are required to take an ancient language for your degree; your seminar group will be allocated by the course tutor in Greek & Latin.

The Language Centre requires students to take a placement test before registering for the appropriate level course, so be aware that you may have a busy schedule in induction week!

History with a European Language approved courses

HwEL students who are planning to take courses in the French or German Departments should attend registration sessions in induction week. HwEL students taking Italian or Spanish should contact the course administrators directly to register (Italian: Laura Mason, Spanish: Clare Szembek).

SSEES courses available to History students 2012/13
School of Public Policy (Politics and International Relations) Courses
Anthropology courses
Institute of Archaeology Courses
Institute of Archaeology Timetable
Hebrew & Jewish Studies Courses
Courses in other departments
SOAS courses


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