Master (2 years) of Arts in History, 120 ECTSHumanities, social sciences, communication and arts
|Institution||Aarhus University (AU)|
|Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH)||4000 EUR|
|Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH)||0 EUR|
DescriptionThe world has never been more interconnected. With a track specialising in International and Global History, the MA in History at Aarhus University provides an important new historical approach that is not defined by national boundaries. Students explore in depth the historical forces and processes that have created the present-day world, in both global and comparative perspective. The International and Global History track is designed to allow students to deepen their interests in international and global history, and to gain a thorough preparation for further study and research in the field.
During the two-year programme track, students learn both to analyse large-scale historical processes and to pursue empirical research. In year one, they are introduced to differing theoretical, methodological and historiographical approaches to writing international and global history. Students acquire a solid grounding in key themes in international history, are introduced to the history of international organisations, and gain insight into Scandinavia’s international position and role.
In year two, students choose between several options. They may specialise in particular geographical regions or other aspects of international history. They can choose to go abroad to study, or they can put the knowledge they have gained into practice through an internship. In their last semester, students write their thesis under regular, supportive one-to-one supervision.
Courses are taught in seminars, colloquia and one-on-one consultation. The programme track offers students the opportunity to work closely with experts in the field.
Career profileThe International and Global History track of the MA in History provides students with solid analytical and research skills, a strong capacity to process and present information critically and reflectively, and sensitivity to complex historical, political and cultural issues. As well as providing a firm foundation for further academic study, the programme is an excellent basis for careers in government, journalism, international organisations and NGOs, as well as libraries and museums.
AdmissionTo find out more about admission to the MA in History please visit the programme’s website.
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