For programmes requiring AAB: Please note, contextual data only applies to UK applicants under the age of 21; for further information please visit the contextual data page of our website. For any subject requirements please also see A-level guidance.
English language An overall grade of 7. Re-applications If you applied in the previous year and your application was not successful you may apply again. We also consider other factors such as additional educational achievements, life experience and skills on an individual basis.
There are also opportunities for you to spend part of your degree studying abroad. However, where a particular Grade is required in a certain subject at A-level, the grade reduction will not be applied to that subject. General Studies is welcomed but not included as part of the standard offer.
If you are applying to a programme involving two Languages: If you have obtained a different qualification, please check our English language requirements to ensure it is accepted and is equivalent to the above. You will also have the opportunity to take either Greek or Latin or both at any level, including beginner, though you can take our course without studying one of these languages.
Irish Leaving Certificate New scale: Coursework and assessment Assessment procedures in different course units vary, but our basic objective is to achieve a good balance between formal examinations, continuous assessment and project work.
If you are applying to a programme involving one Language: Course units for year 1 The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.
Aims We aim to: A-level exams should be taken at the same sitting, after no more than two years of study. For our entry requirements, please look at the A-level entry requirements for this programme and apply the following: For programmes requiring ABB: Pre-U equivalencies will be: For this programme, as well as the regular conditions of offer, we will be able to make an alternative offer to applicants, in the event that they are taking an EPQ along with their A-levels.
Coursework and assessment Assessment procedures in different course units vary, but our basic objective is to achieve a good balance between formal examinations, continuous assessment and project work.
Grades A1A1A1B1 at Higher Level plus one other subject at Higher Level Scottish requirements Before reading this, please consult the A-level requirements for this programme and note any subject requirements. We may draw upon all information from your previous applications or any previous registrations at the University as a student when assessing your suitability for your chosen course.
All students also take the History in Practice unit to learn important skills in historical research and writing. Explore world-class collections Enjoy unique opportunities to explore special archived material and carry out research in a wide range of archives, libraries, museums and other research institutions in Manchester and beyond.
If you are applying to a programme involving History: A AAB at A-level: We advise you to contact us if you require clarification on the acceptability of your specific portfolio of qualifications.Details of all theses, including those from the former Victoria University of Manchester and UMIST, can be found using Library Search: Library Search; In addition to the main collection at Joule Library, the Art and Archeology and Kantorowich libraries also hold print thesis collections.
The University of Manchester welcomes the provision of unit grade information which, like all other available information, will inform the consideration of applications.
Unit grades will not normally form part of offer conditions, except for Mathematics programmes. The University of Manchester.
Quick Links. Find popular pages faster via the quick links on the right. A warm welcome to the History Department at the University of Manchester (and for second and third year students, a warm welcome back). This handbook sets out the framework for your studies during the University session.
Our PhD and doctoral students are an integral part of the history at Manchester and regularly contribute to our research. You can find theses submitted by University of Manchester postgraduate research students from the late 19th Century to the present day using the Library Search box above.
Or try the Advanced Search for more options (select 'Theses' from the drop-down list for ‘Material type’).Download