WEFOUNDProspective History of the Pudney Family (Classic Reprint)


We teach courses in all our areas of expertise, to undergraduates and postgraduates, both on campus and via distance learning.

In particular, we have well-established degree courses in Scottish and British History, plus European, American and Global History in the Post-Mediaeval period (1500-present).

Whichever route you choose, from the very start of your studies, you will be analysing various kinds of historical evidence, including written and oral material, maps, and visual images.

Princeton’s History Ph.D. program is designed to be completed in five years. During the first two years students complete their coursework, language training, two original research papers, and take the General Examination. Students devote the next three years to researching and writing the dissertation, drawing upon Princeton’s rich library holdings as well as archives across the world. Many students also choose to teach undergraduate courses as preceptors to gain valuable classroom experience. The Ph.D. degree is conferred following the successful Final Public Oral Examination of the dissertation.

All students admitted to the program are typically offered a five-year fellowship package from the Graduate School which covers tuition, healthcare, and stipend. The average time to degree completion is six years, and any students who find themselves without external fellowship support for the sixth year may apply to the History Department for a supplemental stipend. Departmental funds are also available to support language training, research travel, and travel for other scholarly purposes.

Please note that although the History of Science Program is located within the History Department, these programs have separate admissions processes. Read more about graduate study in History of Science .

Information for prospective visiting, undergraduate and post-graduate students to Trinity College Dublin is available at https://www.tcd.ie/prospectivestudents /.
We asked some of our students to discuss their experience studying History of Art and Architecture at Trinity College Dublin

Training the next generation of historians is a vital part of our departmental research strategy and culture. we have one of the most active centres for postgraduate research in the country, with around 40 postgraduate research students and a vibrant postgraduate culture.

The University of Sheffield is one of the most active centres for historical research in Britain. Individual expert supervision is offered for research degrees in the following areas:

At Sheffield we offer a stimulating, friendly and informal study environment for our research students. We encourage and motivate you to achieve your full potential.

We teach courses in all our areas of expertise, to undergraduates and postgraduates, both on campus and via distance learning.

In particular, we have well-established degree courses in Scottish and British History, plus European, American and Global History in the Post-Mediaeval period (1500-present).

Whichever route you choose, from the very start of your studies, you will be analysing various kinds of historical evidence, including written and oral material, maps, and visual images.

Princeton’s History Ph.D. program is designed to be completed in five years. During the first two years students complete their coursework, language training, two original research papers, and take the General Examination. Students devote the next three years to researching and writing the dissertation, drawing upon Princeton’s rich library holdings as well as archives across the world. Many students also choose to teach undergraduate courses as preceptors to gain valuable classroom experience. The Ph.D. degree is conferred following the successful Final Public Oral Examination of the dissertation.

All students admitted to the program are typically offered a five-year fellowship package from the Graduate School which covers tuition, healthcare, and stipend. The average time to degree completion is six years, and any students who find themselves without external fellowship support for the sixth year may apply to the History Department for a supplemental stipend. Departmental funds are also available to support language training, research travel, and travel for other scholarly purposes.

Please note that although the History of Science Program is located within the History Department, these programs have separate admissions processes. Read more about graduate study in History of Science .

We teach courses in all our areas of expertise, to undergraduates and postgraduates, both on campus and via distance learning.

In particular, we have well-established degree courses in Scottish and British History, plus European, American and Global History in the Post-Mediaeval period (1500-present).

Whichever route you choose, from the very start of your studies, you will be analysing various kinds of historical evidence, including written and oral material, maps, and visual images.

Princeton’s History Ph.D. program is designed to be completed in five years. During the first two years students complete their coursework, language training, two original research papers, and take the General Examination. Students devote the next three years to researching and writing the dissertation, drawing upon Princeton’s rich library holdings as well as archives across the world. Many students also choose to teach undergraduate courses as preceptors to gain valuable classroom experience. The Ph.D. degree is conferred following the successful Final Public Oral Examination of the dissertation.

All students admitted to the program are typically offered a five-year fellowship package from the Graduate School which covers tuition, healthcare, and stipend. The average time to degree completion is six years, and any students who find themselves without external fellowship support for the sixth year may apply to the History Department for a supplemental stipend. Departmental funds are also available to support language training, research travel, and travel for other scholarly purposes.

Please note that although the History of Science Program is located within the History Department, these programs have separate admissions processes. Read more about graduate study in History of Science .

Information for prospective visiting, undergraduate and post-graduate students to Trinity College Dublin is available at https://www.tcd.ie/prospectivestudents /.
We asked some of our students to discuss their experience studying History of Art and Architecture at Trinity College Dublin

We teach courses in all our areas of expertise, to undergraduates and postgraduates, both on campus and via distance learning.

In particular, we have well-established degree courses in Scottish and British History, plus European, American and Global History in the Post-Mediaeval period (1500-present).

Whichever route you choose, from the very start of your studies, you will be analysing various kinds of historical evidence, including written and oral material, maps, and visual images.


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