BA (Hons) Scottish History
Explore Scottish history in the heartland of some its most significant events. Our BA Scottish History draws from the past to prepare you for your future.
- Award BA (Hons)
- Start date September or January
- Duration 48 months or 36 months
- Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
- UCAS Code V211
- Study abroad opportunities
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The history of the Scottish nation is dramatic, surprising and an infinite source of inspiration in popular culture. Studying at the University of Stirling will place you right at the heart of that history, with some of the most significant locations in Scotland’s past located right on your doorstep.
On this course, you’ll explore both the myths and the realities of Scottish History, unpicking the events that shaped a nation – from the wars of William Wallace to Scotland’s unprecedented impact on the wider world. You can expect in-depth insight into every aspect of Scottish History - political, social, environmental and economic – all of which will deepen your understanding of present-day Scotland at the same time.
History at the University of Stirling is highly regarded. In the most recent Research Excellence Framework, 98% of our research was classed as either world-leading or internationally excellent. That expertise feeds directly back into our teaching, ensuring you gain unique insights into Scottish History from some of its most respected scholars. Every step of the way, your employability will be a top priority - with career-focused modules, field trips and guest lecturers all designed to get you ready for the world of work. Our location in the shadow of so many famous Scottish events helps to distinguish your studies from other Scottish History courses.
Feed your passion for Scotland’s past, and make it an integral part of your future at the University of Stirling.
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