This two-year International Master leverages the complementary expertise, resources and networks of four subject areas (Economic & Social History, Business, History, Economics) within four major European universities to provide a profoundly interdisciplinary programme and international learning experience. The programme equips you with the analytical tools and critical skills necessary to make sense of the history, theory, institutions and cultures of global and local capitalism. Exploration and understanding of the intersecting complementarity of global and local is at the heart of this programme.
A 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant arts and humanities subject (English language, literature, history, anthropology) or social science (business, management, economics, politics, economic and social history, sociology) subject.
We recommend those from an arts and humanities background should apply for pathway A, while students with a background in social sciences should apply for pathway B. If you are unsure whether your degree is suitable, you can email the programme convener to discuss.
College of Social Sciences
Economic and Social History