The master programme in International History explores the contemporary world through its layered histories and from a multiplicity of perspectives. We study history before, between and beyond the nations, thereby encouraging historically informed approaches to current policy, politics, economics and culture. The main teaching and research themes of our department are:- The history of international governance and systems;- The history of transnational actors and actions;- The history of culture, societies and markets in regional and/or global perspective.These themes are not mutually exclusive: faculty constantly and diversely intertwine them in their research and teaching. The department cultivates methodological richness and diversity of approaches in international, transnational, global/world, economic, and postcolonial history.
Applicants need a bachelor’s degree with major in related field.Applicants from non-anglophone countries should provide proof of English proficiency.Application deadline for non EU students is January 15.