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A Level History (AS & A2) Fast Track Course Premium

Fast track A Level History course: Understanding the past is key to decoding the present. This makes our A Level History course interesting and engaging, providing detailed insights into modern British history as well as developing key analytical and research skills.The completion of AS and A2 equates to fulfilment of a full A-level. Read on to find out more about our History A Level distance learning course and how you can learn with our amazing materials and online support.This specification is designed to:Promote understanding of the past and the value of historical studyAllow greater freedom at AS by providing a substantial British element at A2 Provide breadth and depth of study in a coherent programmeDevelop skills for further education and workQualification: A Level History Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 300 Hours - 24 Months Max Support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades View full ... (Training Available by UK Open College) A Level History (AS & A2) Fast Track Course

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History, A2-level

History, A2-levelAS & A LevelAbout the CourseYou will study four units (two at AS Level and two at A2 Level) from a range of topics including the following:- French Revolution - Anti Semitism - The Holocaust - Tsarist Russia - China 1945-1976 - Tudor England  Richard III to Henry VIII - Britain in the 1960s - The ReformationCourse AimsThe course aims to help you make sense of centuries of conflict and change. You will develop an understanding of the powerful, and the resistance of the powerless. It will also develop your ability to think critically and form judgements that you can argue and defend convincingly, and will appeal to your historical imagination.What are the entry requirements?Ideally, you should have at least GCSE grade C English among a spread of GCSE higher grades. We welcome students who have not studied GCSE History.How is the course assessed?Assessment is by combination of written modular examinations and an individual assignment (an extended research essay ... (Training Available by Totton College Services to Business) History, A2-level

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HISTORY

Qualification: AS/A2 LEVEL Programme Area: A Levels Description:The period of study is the history of Wales and England 1880-1980. The European histroy half of the syllabus covers an in-depth study of Nazi Germany, which includes a coursework element in the A Level assessment. ... (Training Available by Coleg Gwent) HISTORY

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History

Postgraduate Research Opportunities History Research opportunities in History are available for either full-time or part-time study.Research degrees in History enable you to extend your knowledge in a selected area at MA (Res) level, and, in the case of a PhD, make an original contribution to knowledge through an individual piece of research. We have particular research strengths in the areas of British (Victorian), local, women’s, early modern, and social/cultural history, twentieth century American social/cultural history, Russian/Soviet history, and historical geography.The department benefits from extensive regional study materials, including the library of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society in the university's archival collections. In relation to cultural history and to American history, the university has also recently acquired the Paul Oliver Archive of African American Music and Related Traditions.Our lively research environment includes access to op ... (Training Available by University of Gloucestershire) History

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History

Click here to print this page About History degreesOur exciting and varied History degree is taught with imagination and fl air by a team of enthusiastic and highly qualified lecturers, and will give you an in-depth knowledge of key historical issues, a chance to tackle current debates in the contemporary world and a unique opportunity to gain work experience in the world of history and heritage. The course explores a range of different topics, eras and theoretical approaches to History (ranging from the Romans to the twentieth century, from Britain to America and China and tackling issues such as conflict, gender and ‘race’). The course is hands-on with a variety of teaching and learning methods, as well as computer-based sessions and extensive use of online resources. You will also gain the transferable skills and experience that are essential to your future career through professional work placements and modules on aspects of history and heritage. Our graduates have g ... (Training Available by Leeds Trinity & All Saints' College) History

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History

History BA Honours (Single, Joint Honours) Why this course? Modern and Contemporary History curriculum Award-winning teaching, staff include National Teacher Fellows Supportive place to learn and study; there is an active History society and opportunities to go on overseas study trips ... (Training Available by DeMontfort University) History

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History

Level 1Modules at Level 1 offer a systematic introduction to the discipline of history, partly by sampling some of the many different approaches that historians take in studying the past, and partly by an exploration of some of the major questions of theory and method with which they are concerned. Students on the Single and Major pathways will take four modules in History, students on Joint pathways three, and students on Minor pathways two.Level 2Modules at Level 2 are generally survey modules seeking to convey a sense of the principal events, trends and developments in a particular country or region over a fairly long time span. Examples include:Politics and Society in 20th century IrelandThe American South 1865-1980The Expansion of Medieval Europe 1000-1300Level 3Taught modules at Level 3 are more specialised, offering the opportunity to study a short period, or a particular theme or problem in detail working from documents as well as secondary sources. Typical modules at this leve ... (Training Available by Queen's University Belfast) History

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History

IntroductionDuring the last round of government-sponsored teaching quality assessments, the History programme obtained the highest possible rating, an ‘Excellent’ grade. Only twenty history departments out of more than eighty in the UK university sector received a similar grading. Outside of London, Oxford and Cambridge, the History programme at Canterbury Christ Church was the only one in the South of England to receive this accolade. The assessors praised, amongst other things, the coherence of the History programme and the wide choice available to students, the stimulating, accurate and well prepared teaching, and the excellence of staff-student relations. In 2008, History at Christ Church obtained a very creditable rating in the Government's Research Assessment Exercise, denoting that 75 per cent of the Department's research publications were of international standard, including 30 per cent rated as “internationally excellent”. Staff have also been commended ... (Training Available by Canterbury Christ Church University) History

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History

HistoryWe will be offering a wider choice ofunits in Early Modern and Modern Historythan anyone else. More units are in preparation, shown by (*). Contact us for further information. Download/Browse the full course details Download the latest version of Adobe Reader ... (Training Available by The Distance Learning Partnership) History

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History

HistoryThe study of history at Reading offers unique insights into the richness and variety of human experience. When engaged in this exciting process of discovery, you will encounter a wide range of subjects and approaches to history while also having the opportunity to pursue your own enthusiasms. Leading scholars guide you through the latest developments in the discipline from the end of the ancient world to the new millennium.Career Prospects: History graduates from Reading are enabled to think clearly and critically, to express themselves with confidence, and to work effectively both as individuals and within teams. In Part 2, you will get involved in project work which requires you to make contacts with public history and tourism bodies outside the University, as well as museums and collections within the University. You also produce web resources, guides and a portfolio of work that can be shown to potential employers in areas such as heritage, publishing and marketing. Furtherm ... (Training Available by University of Reading - Henley Business School) History

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Additional History Courses & Classes

History AS/A Level

You are in: HomeCourses Course Details History AS/A Level Apply online Request an application form Need advice/guidance? Course Code:HIS-ASCourse Type:Normally part of a full-time programme of study delivered throughout the week.Qualification:History Advanced Subsidiary Level (AS)History Advanced Level (A2)Duration:AS 1 yearA Level 2 yearsVenue:Haywards Heath Campus, Harlands Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 1LT Start Date:SeptemberSuitable For:Anyone with an interest in History. Have you wondered why millions of Germans freely voted for Hitler? Why were African Americans so badly treated in the Land of the Free? History helps explain some of the current issues in the world. It also helps you develop a range of skills such as analysing sources and debating issues.Entry By:InterviewEntry Requirements:Standard College requirements. GCSE Grade C in English. Students who have not taken GCSE History are welcome, but if you have taken a GCSE History course ... (Training Available by Central Sussex College) History AS/A Level

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History

Why study History? History at Newman concentrates not only on what happened, but why these things happened and how we know they did. This approach explores the factors influencing historical events and gives a greater understanding of how society has developed the way it has. A rich and varied course, History at Newman will take you on a voyage of discovery which will span the origins of humankind to the burning issues of the globalised present.What does the course cover? During your first year you will have the opportunity to study a broad selection of periods - from Britain's tumultuous history including the settlement of the British Isles to Victorian Britain. The history of the West Midlands region will be given individual attention. You will also be introduced to historical methods of research, such as archaeology, the use of genetic evidence, archives and fieldwork.The second year of study brings an international perspective to history. You will explore the history of Europe fr ... (Training Available by Newman University College) History

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History

Honours DegreeStudying the past can teach us about who we are today, and this degree introduces you to innovative ways of exploring history and its role in shaping the modern world.History is an ideal subject for people who are curious about the origins of contemporary social, political and cultural contexts and the challenges facing humanity in the future.Just as people today experience the world around them differently, so history is written, read and represented from a range of perspectives. You’ll develop skills and techniques enabling you to encounter historical evidence and appreciate a range of interpretations. With expertise in American, British, European and Russian history, our staff will introduce you to a range of approaches to history, including local studies, gender, culture, politics and the experience of everyday life in the past.As part of your training you’ll learn how to conduct your own research and present your findings, and gain hands-on experience usi ... (Training Available by University of Gloucestershire) History

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History

A Level Course in History Course SynopsisThis is a full A Level course in History. On completion of your two part course you will be able to: Recall, select and deploy historical knowledge accuratelyCommunicate historical knowledgePresent historical explanationsShow understanding of appropriate conceptsArrive at substantiated judgementsCourse ContentUnit 1: The seeds of evil: the rise of National Socialism in Germany to 1933 The Nazi Party from its formation to the Beer Hall Putsch Nazi beliefs about, and policies towards, Weimar politics and society Economic, social and political reasons for support of, and opposition to, the Nazis to 1933 Hitler and German politics, 1929-33 Unit 2: Welfare and the constitution: the Liberal Governments 1905-1915 The needs of the people: Liberal welfare and social reforms, 1906-11 Constitutional conflict: the Liberals and the House of Lords Conflict over nationalism: the Liberals and the Irish Question Political leadership: the roles of Asquith ... (Training Available by Open College UK Ltd) History

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History, AS-level

History, AS-levelAS & A LevelAbout the CourseYou will study four units (two at AS Level and two at A2 Level) from a range of topics including the following:- French Revolution - Anti Semitism - The Holocaust - Tsarist Russia - China 1945-1976 - Tudor England  Richard III to Henry VIII - Britain in the 1960s - The ReformationCourse AimsThe course aims to help you make sense of centuries of conflict and change. You will develop an understanding of the powerful, and the resistance of the powerless. It will also develop your ability to think critically and form judgements that you can argue and defend convincingly, and will appeal to your historical imagination.What are the entry requirements?Ideally, you should have at least GCSE grade C English among a spread of GCSE higher grades. We welcome students who have not studied GCSE History.How is the course assessed?Assessment is by combination of written modular examinations and an individual assignment (an extended research essay ... (Training Available by Totton College Services to Business) History, AS-level

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History with English

Have you always been interested in History but have never studied it formally? Do you think that your English would let you down if you wanted to study History? Would you like to improve your English but hate the thought of formal English lessons? This course could be the one for you.Course OverviewThe course will improve your reading, writing and spoken English through the study of History. You will have the opportunity to study various aspects of British History whilst improving your English.Course contentSpeaking and listening. • Listen and respond • Speak to communicate • Engage in discussions Reading • Reading comprehension • Grammar and punctuation • Vocabulary • Word recognition and phonics Writing • Writing comprehension • Grammar and punctuation • Spelling and handwritingEntry RequirementsThere are no formal entry requirements but you will be assessed on entry to ascertain your level in English. You will then be advise ... (Training Available by Birmingham Metropolitan College) History with English

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History IGCSE

History IGCSEHistory is the study of past events. To understand the present thoroughly, we need to look at past events and see how they are influencing the current state of the world. It would be impossible to understand the present social, economic and political climate without referring to the events of the 20th century.History is the study of past events. To understand the present thoroughly, we need to look at past events and see how they are influencing the current state of the world. It would be impossible to understand the present social, economic and political climate without referring to the events of the 20th century.History is the study of past events. To understand the present thoroughly, we need to look at past events and see how they are influencing the current state of the world. It would be impossible to understand the present social, economic and political climate without referring to the events of the 20th century. Similarly, it would be difficult to understand the ev ... (Training Available by Learning at Home) History IGCSE

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History

Prospectus: ›History - A & AS Level LEVEL 3 What will I need? 5 GCSEs at grade A*-C to include History and English What will I do? You will acquire a knowledge and understanding of British social, economic and political history between 1815 and 1915. You will also study German history from 1871-1945 and Russian history 1815- 1917. You will also develop an understanding of historical terms and concepts and explore the significance of events, individuals, issues and societies in history. You will learn research techniques and how to present the results of your research, both orally and in essay form. You will gain an understanding of the various sources of evidence used by historians. How will I be taught? Lessons and lectures are underpinned by tutorial support and seminar presentations, assignments, individual study, group discussion, projects and Interactive Learning Technologies (ILT) How will I be assessed? Ongoing assessment of coursework, projects and forma ... (Training Available by Stourbridge College) History

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History

HistoryBA (Hons) Why this course?Modern and contemporary History curriculum The world's leading centre for research into sport history and culture is attached to the History departmentAward-winning teaching; History was ranked joint 2nd out of 80 institutions for academic support in the latest National Student SurveyOpportunities to study abroad (USA and Europe) and go on overseas study trips - Russia (St Petersburg and Moscow in 2008), Germany (Munich in 2009) Active History Society arranging guest speakers, social events and field trips History Seminar Series open to studentsMany key textbooks written by our staff ... (Training Available by DeMontfort University) History

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History

Course Content At least 5 GCSEs at Grade C Entry Requirements: AS Level (1 year) A2 Level (2 years) "History is who we are and why we are the way we are." David McCullough Historians are a bit like detectives - using evidence to interpret what happened and understand why. You will have to be able to evaluate evidence, decide how useful it is and come to conclusions based on what you have studied. You will cover a variety of subjects from the 18th to the 20th Centaury. Where will my course lead?History students may go on to study History at University or degrees in Economics, Politics, Lawl. History degrees are the most popular non-Law degree for those entering the Legal profession. In employment, the skills of evaluating materials, making judgments and articulating arguments are prized. ... (Training Available by Ludlow College Training & Development Centre) History

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