Study history and philosophy and question your assumptions as well as trace the origins of modern societies and cultures. You will learn to analyse beliefs and concepts and to consider how past societies worked.Discover a thousand years of history whilst experiencing all the specialist areas we offer; our expertise covers a wide range of regions, from Europe and Africa to America, South Asia and the Middle East, and periods, from the Crusades to the 1960s, slavery in America to Tudor monarchy, and Cold War Berlin to medieval magic. We will teach you the skills you need to study and research history through an individual project of your choice. We take an individual approach to our students' learning, which is reflected in our 90% satisfaction score for the teaching on our courses in the National Student Survey 2017.Studying philosophy will equip you with the ability to think logically, evaluate arguments critically, and challenge your own ideas and those of other people. Our lecturers are world-leading experts in a wide variety of philosophical topics; their particular strengths lie in moral philosophy and philosophy of the mind and language. You will also have the chance to study non-Western philosophies, especially Indian philosophy. Our small class sizes ensure that students receive dedicated individual attention, and we were given an overall student satisfaction rating of 94% in the National Student Survey 2017.In both subjects, you will be taught in small interactive seminar groups, encouraging discussion and debate with teaching staff and fellow students. We place a great deal of importance on employability skills and offer a range of modules to help students gain relevant work experience as well as explore career options.Placements are encouraged and provide the chance to put your newly acquired knowledge and skills into practice as well as gain valuable real-world experience. Through our links with the Careers Centre you can source potential employers and help with CVs and letters of application. We also have close links with the University’s Institute of Education, Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) and Special Collections (archives), and with external organisations such as Cliveden House, English Heritage, Reading Museum, Reading Borough Library and the Berkshire Record Office.In History we offer opportunities for short group placements in museums and heritage organisations and for third years, two optional modules provide placements of 10 working days in local archives and secondary schools.You also have the option to study abroad for a term in the second year. Some of the universities we have links with include University of Ottawa, Canada; Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey; University of Maastricht, Netherlands; Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA; University of Georgia at Athens, USA; and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.**Careers**Throughout your degree you will complete career and skills related modules. If you would like a career in teaching or in archives or records management, try our optional third-year modules, "History education" and "Discovering archives and collections". We have had a high success rate from students who have completed "History education", with many of our graduates gaining places for Initial Teacher Training, but both these modules develop a wide range of interpersonal, organisational, presentational and research skills readily transferable to other areas of employment.As a graduate you will have a broad range of transferable skills in research, analysis, presenting and group working. Previous graduates have found employment in the civil service, journalism, consultancy, finance, local and central government, and recent employers have included The British Museum,

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Students with US High School Diploma with GPA of 3.0/4.0 will be considered for entry onto International Foundation Programme. We do accept several combinations of qualifications for students who completed the High School Diploma but generally we consider the following common combinations: High School Diploma with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and grades ranging from 444 - 555 in three Advanced placement tests Or High School Diploma with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and scores ranging from 600 - 700 in three SAT Subjects Tests. A levels/AS levels or International Baccalaureate (IB) or other International qualications will also be considered. Please refer the university website for details of the English Language requirements for entry to individual undergraduate degree programmes.

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  • อยู่ในกลุ่มมหาวิทยาลัยที่ดีที่สุด 200 ลำดับของโลก
  • มากกว่า 350 หลักสูตรในระดับปริญญาตรีและปริญญาโท-เอก
  • งานวิจัยกว่า 98% ได้รับการตีพิมพ์ในระดับนานาชาติ
  • นักศึกษากว่า 17,000 คนจากกว่า 150 ประเทศ