The MSc in Global History is a new Masters programme being offered by the University of Glasgow, which explores connections between different parts of the world to draw comparisons across time, space and cultures. It is designed to strengthen your skills as an independent researcher and prepare you for a professional career in an increasingly globalised environment. A major quality of this programme stems from its collaboration with local archives, museums and libraries, allowing you to combine historical theory and practice with hands-on learning.

The programme offers a unique social history approach to the study of global history, with a strong focus on people and societies in the Global South. Students will benefit from the expertise of world-leading academics in a wide range of themes, including empire, migration, slavery, conflict and global inequalities. The University of Glasgow was recently awarded University of the Year 2021 by Times Higher Education for its work to redress its historic links to slavery through a significant programme of reparative justice.

For further details, including information on how to apply, please visit our website.

Funding Information

Funding applies to:

UK, EU and International applicants

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