University of East Anglia

      MA Medieval History

      4.8 excellent 2 opinions
      University of East Anglia
      In Norwich (England)

      Rs 6,48,762
      *Guide price
      Original amount in GBP:
      £ 7,550

      Important information

      Typology Master
      Location Norwich (England)
      Start September 2019
      • Master
      • Norwich (England)
      • Start:
        September 2019

      Examine the political, social, ecclesiastical and cultural history of England and the Continent in the Middle Ages minutes from the medieval city of Norwich. On this course you will enjoy lively seminars led by experienced scholars, based on key sources for the period. You will also gain the necessary training in Latin and palaeography that you need to study medieval sources.

      Thanks to UEA’s location near the medieval city of Norwich you will have access to the unparalleled medieval archives housed in the Norfolk Record Office, the extensive collections in the Castle Museum and Art Gallery and the Norfolk Archaeological Unit, as well as the material remains of numerous medieval buildings.

      This course is also available on a part-time basis.

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      Where and when
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      University Of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ, Norfolk, England
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      Starts Sep-2019
      University Of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ, Norfolk, England
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      Reviews on this course

      About the course: My experience was overwhelming, I enjoyed everything in this beautiful campus.
      Course taken: March 2019
      Would you recommend this centre?: yes
      Emily Pilkington
      What I would highlight: Have completed my undergrad here and have returned to study a master. Its been incredible and all the lecturers are very supportive. Amazing facilities and a excellent atmosphere on campus. Proud to be part of such an excellent university!
      What could be improved: .
      Course taken: October 2017
      Would you recommend this centre?: yes
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      What you'll learn on the course

      Part Time
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      Course programme

      This Master’s will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to undertake independent historical research at an advanced level. You will exercise these skills in your dissertation, but the course is also designed to prepare you for doctoral study, should this prove desirable and feasible.

      You will be given training in Medieval Latin and Medieval palaeography over the course of the two semesters. You will also take part in the core module, a weekly seminar called England and the Continent in the High Middle Ages, which also runs over two semesters. This is team-taught by several members of our faculty, giving you insight into a variety of specialist areas of the field and the most up-to-date research in the subject. The module may cover the following themes and topics: society 970–1066; Domesday Book; letter collections; historical writing; charters; the royal household; royal record keeping; urban communities 1200–1500; rural communities 1200–1500; monasticism; the Church; canon law; and Magna Carta.

      Towards the end of the year you will work on your dissertation, which is a chance to put your skills into practice and pursue an independent piece of historical research of your own devising. You will be supervised by one or more members of the School, gaining guidance and support throughout the process.

      Additional information

      Tuition fees for the academic year 2018/19 are:
      UK/EU Students: £7,550
      International Students: £15,800
      If you choose to study part-time, the fee per annum will be half the annual fee for that year, or a pro-rata fee for the module credit you are taking (only available for UK/EU students).
      We estimate living expenses at £1,015 per month.
      There are a variety of scholarships and studentships available to postgraduate applicants in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. For further information relevant to the School of History, please click here.