PGDip Social History courses

5 universities in the UK offer 5 postgraduate pgdip social history degrees.

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Gender History PGDip

Gender History PGDip

This Masters in Gender History provides the opportunity to develop and deepen analysis of the workings of gender in the past. In conjunction with Glasgow University’s Centre for Gender History which brings...Read more
(4.3)
  • 9 months Full time degree
  • 18 months Part time degree
Modules
  • Gender, Politics and Power- Core
  • Research, Resources and Skills for Historians- Core
  • Gender, Culture and Text- Core
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Health History PGDip

Health History PGDip

The Health History explores the last two-and-a-half centuries to seek the origins and impacts of their modern health experiences and expectations, together with the reasons theyve changed so rapidly. ...Read more
(3.9)
  • 9 months Full time degree: £4000 per year (UK/EU)
  • 18 months Part time degree: £4000 per year (UK/EU)

Holocaust and Genocide PGDip

Holocaust and Genocide PGDip

Co-taught by staff in History, Modern Languages and Theology and Religion, this interdisciplinary programme will immerse you in past and present debates about researching, remembering and commemorating...Read more
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  • 16 months Part time degree: £2190 full course fees (UK/EU)
  • 8 months Full time degree: £4380 full course fees (UK/EU)

Railway Studies PGDip

Railway Studies PGDip

The PG Diploma in Railways Studies is designed to give students an alternative perspective on railway history, and the course will provide a better understanding of how academics have investigated the...Read more
(3.9)
  • 2 years Distance without attendance degree: £2700 per year (UK/EU)

Military History PGDip

Military History PGDip

The broad historical narrative on this course aims to provide you with the opportunity to explore specific military themes in depth, to contribute to the wider academic debate on the relationship between...Read more
(4.3)
  • 1 year Full time degree
  • 3 years Part time degree
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