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BA History - Renaissance and Modern

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  • Objectives
    Students in this stream take a module on the Medieval World, alongside their modern history modules in the First Year, and at least one of their Second Year optional modules must be in the early modern period. They spend the autumn term of their Final Year studying in Venice, following an advanced module on Renaissance Italy, taught at our own study centre by Warwick staff.
  • Entry requirements
    General university admissions requirements All applicants must possess a minimum level of competence in English Language and in Mathematics or a Science. A pass at Grade C or above in GCSE English Language and in Mathematics or a Science, or an equivalent qualification, fulfils this requirement. For some courses, requirements are above this University minimum, so you should check the relevant course-specific entry requirements in our hard copy prospectus which you can order online or browse on our online directory. We usually ask for candidates to show a broad base of study at GCSE level (or equivalent) with passes in at least five subjects from a range of disciplines.
  • Academic Title
    BA History - Renaissance and Modern
  • Course description
    BA History - Renaissance and Modern

    Programme

    Year One

    -Making of the Modern World.
    -A module in Italian language.
    -The Medieval World.

    Year Two

    -The European World, 1500-1720.
    -A module in Italian language.

    Year Three

    -Historiography.
    -A double-weighted special subject, chosen either from Florence in the Age of Dante or Arts and Society in Early Modern Europe, or from List 3A (see History (Modern)).
    -Venice and Florence in the Renaissance.

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