Study at a university ranked 19th in the UK for history*, with specialist access to the world-famous Mass Observation Archive. Browse our history modules below.
Browse our modules
You can see our full list of history modules below.
- Autumn Semester
- Time and Place: 1861: The Coming of the American Civil War
- Time and Place: 1942: Holocaust
- Time and Place: 1948: The Arab-Israeli Conflict
- Time and Place: 1953: Monarchs and Murders
- Time and Place:1959 Havana: Revolution in Latin America
- Time and Place: 1984: Thatcher's Britain (Observing the 1980s)
- Time and Place 2008: The Spectacle of the Beijing Olympics
- China's Encounter with Europe: History Lessons for Business
- Global History from the Global South
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Follow our top tips for choosing your modules. You can also find out about our teaching structure, assessment process and how your credits transfer back to your home institution.
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Which school will I study in?
You'll study in the History department, which is part of the School of Media, Arts and Humanities.
Some of our expert academic staff have appeared on television documentaries, written books and helped to create new online archives.
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Our history research
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*The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021. **(Our campus is nine minutes by train from Brighton & Hove) survey by accommodation providers Student Living by Sodexo ***Access to facilities is dependent on the module you study. Rankings based on full undergraduate degree at Sussex.