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Undergraduate Courses

The most striking thing about History at Oxford is its extraordinary range and the enormous amount of choice offered to students (there are over 100 different options), reflecting the breadth of interests and expertise among those who teach here. Oxford is rightly celebrated for the broad chronological sweep of its courses. You can study options on any part of British and European History from the fading years of the Roman Empire to the present day.

All undergraduates are encouraged to confront periods and concepts beyond those encompassed by a narrow chronological focus. Students are given the opportunity of seeing things not just in their immediate context but also in the perspective of long-term developments.

History can be studied either as a Single Honours course, or as a Joint Honours course in combination of one of five other subjects: Ancient History, Economics, English, Modern Languages, and Politics.

History Single Honours

Find out about the structure and content of the Single Honours History course.

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History Joint Schools

A Joint Schools degree allows you to study History with a second subject.

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How to Apply

All you need to know about applying for a first degree in History.

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Page last updated: 18/10/2011, at 06:30

Contact Us

There are a number of ways that you can contact us directly:

By post:

Faculty of History
George Street
Oxford OX1 2RL
United Kingdom

By telephone or fax:

Tel: +44 1865 615000
Fax: +44 1865 250704

Or by email:

For information on graduate admissions, contact:
graduate.admissions(at)history.ox.ac.uk

For information on undergraduate admissions, contact:
schools.liaison(at)history.ox.ac.uk