5-6 YRS (PT)
Why choose this course?
With employability and graduate prospects at the heart of this degree, History at Wrexham Glyndwr focuses on communication and practical sessions alongside subject-specific knowledge, aiming to produce well-rounded characters ready for the world of work.
And the nature of the qualification, with its investigative methods and critical thinking, means there is a wide variety of careers you could enter, from journalism and the media to librarianship, curating and more.
Ranked second (out of 94 institutions) in the UK for student satisfaction in the 2017 Complete University Guide, lecturers have enhanced the degree with regular field trips, educational visits and interactive seminars at some of the most iconic landmarks and National Trust sites in the region.
You can explore the past and develop your skills through a diverse range of subjects from ancient history to modern culture, considering turning points and their impact on life and society. This is a course with its heart in the past, delivered in a new and innovative way.
I was attracted to Glyndŵr because it is local to my home and the size of the classes; large enough to get a good balance of ideas but not so big you become a number.