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Recognised internationally for their distinctive focus on the world, International Relations and History at Nottingham Trent University offer vibrant and dynamic research environments specialising in the understanding of international politics and historical events.
This course allows graduates to pursue research in the field of Holocaust and Genocide studies. The degree comprises independent research and a course designed to develop knowledge of key research skills and practices.
Award degrees are available in the following subject areas:
– Holocaust Studies
– Holocaust and Memory
– Post Holocaust Genocide
– Genocide Studies
– Comparative Genocide
– Film, Literature and Genocide.
What you’ll study
This course allows you to pursue advanced research in the field of Holocaust and Genocide. You will have the unique opportunity to collaborate in research with the National Holocaust Centre and Museum, based in Nottinghamshire.
You will be active within regional and national Holocaust memory networks and have the chance to present your work at our History Postgraduate Conference, and a range of other conferences around the region.
You will also benefit from participation in Holocaust related teaching sessions on our MA History course.
Careers and employability
This course enables students to pursue postgraduate research under the support of the academic team in the School of Arts and Humanities.
It provides excellent preparation for undertaking a PhD and gives students the freedom and support to shape their own work in the area of holocaust and genocide. Our students have gone on to successfully gain a fully-funded Vice-Chancellor’s PhD bursary, and have been awarded Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) doctoral funding through the Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership.