We are a large and dynamic school offering research and teaching from the Palaeolithic to the present day. With internationally recognised scholars and close links with schools in the University and other universities in Wales and Europe, the School offers an impressive range of degree programmes and research supervision in Ancient History, Archaeology, Conservation, History, Religious Studies, Theology and Welsh History. The School also has a number of research centres which contribute to the vibrant research culture in the School through regular programmes of seminars, workshops, conferences and publication.
Postgraduate students form an important part of the research culture and are closely integrated into the research environment. They are actively encouraged to participate in research-related activities and have numerous opportunities to meet other postgraduate students through regular seminars. We provide some financial support for travel to conferences and to carry out research.
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The School offers postgraduate taught programmes and postgraduate research degrees.