History - Global and International History
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|
DescriptionHistory plays a major role in shaping and creating our society and our current reality. History is always with us: it forms our everyday life, our view of the world. On the Master’s programme in History, you will study how history is used today to predict and create the future. You will develop the ability to identify and analyse historical means and rationales, and you will learn how to pass this knowledge on. The Master’s in History allows you to explore several different historical periods, topics and individuals over the course of the programme. Through a vibrant mix of lectures, practical training, elective courses in other departments, and communications training, you will become familiar with the ways in which history has shaped the present. The master’s programme builds on your solid knowledge of history acquired in your bachelor’s degree and forms the basis of the further development of your academic skills and profile.
Your Own History DegreeYou will have a great deal of influence over the structure and direction of your course of study, whichever track you choose to specialise in for your master’s degree. You will shape your degree through your choice of subjects, including project management, communication, the use of history, a social science theme, specialisation in narrowly defined or general topics in history, or practical experience acquired during a period of training in a high school or in a private-sector company or internship. You therefore have a say in which subjects and topics you want to concern yourself with, how much work experience you want to acquire, and what courses you want to take.
International TrackOn the Master’s programme, the international track in English – International and Global History (track A1) – is open to both international and Danish students.
CareersThe International and Global History track 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.
Graduates of the programme enter the job market with general competencies ranging from teaching and communication to specific skills such as project understanding, project management or research. You can also choose to apply your comprehensive knowledge of the history and cultures of the Western world to work with intercultural issues and contexts, in public or private sector companies.
AdmissionTo find out more about admission to the MA in History please visit the programme’s website.
In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level.
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