History Courses at Cambridge University

These courses are all University of Cambridge qualifications and are studied part-time to fit around your work and lifestyle. Many of our students study for both personal fulfilment, professional reasons or as a gateway to further study. Teaching takes place at Madingley Hall, a 16th-century country house near Cambridge set in 8 acres of landscaped grounds.

The deadline for applications is 2 September 2019 and you can apply online here

Undergraduate Certificate in Local History: Evaluating the past through British Local History
October 2019 – June 2020, Course fee: £2,250
The Certificate in Local History: Evaluating the Past through British Local History begins with an introduction to local history, in order to provide you with some of the key skills and concepts used by local historians, and continues with units on communities in early modern England and religion during the First World War.

Undergraduate Certificate in History
October 2019 – June 2020, Weekend sessions and field trips. Course fee: £2,250
The Certificate in History will provide you with some of the key skills and concepts used by historians. The course contains units covering British, European and American history.

Undergraduate Certificate in the Making of the English Landscape: Landscape History and Archaeology
October 2019 – May 2020, Course fee: £2,850
This certificate course is based on, and updates, W. G. Hoskins’ iconic – and poetic – book, The Making of the English Landscape, published in 1955, revised and annotated, but still in print. It uses the evidence of the landscape itself together with maps and documents, archaeological and ecological evidence as well as that of churches and secular buildings to trace long-term continuities and changes in the making of the rural English landscape from prehistory into the nineteenth century.

Undergraduate Certificate in the Study of Early Medieval England
September 2019 – June 2020, Course fee: £2,850
This certificate examines the initially sparse and later more plentiful archaeological, documentary, art and architectural evidence for the origins and development of Anglo-Saxon England between the 5th and the 11th centuries.

Undergraduate Certificate in Archaeology of the Ancient World
October 2019 – May 2020, Course fee: £2,250
This one year part-time Certificate course offers a solid introduction to the great civilisations of the ancient world. You will learn about the archaeology of Ancient Egypt, the Mediterranean world of the Romans and Greeks, and the civilisations of Mesopotamia, the Levant and Mesoamerica, through taking overviews of certain aspects of society and studying some key case studies.

Undergraduate Diploma in Archaeology: Death and the Ancient World
October 2019 – May 2020, Course fee: £2,250
This one-year part-time Diploma course will give you an advanced and in-depth knowledge of a key prehistoric and historic period in the archaeology of the ancient world. This is coupled with an insight into the study of bones and ancient diseases, so vital in the interpretation of prehistoric and historic periods.

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