School of History

Masters study


The School of History currently offers three masters programmes. MA Global British Studies, MA History of Political Thought and Intellectual History, jointly taught with UCL and MA Urban History and Culture administered and jointly taught by the University of London Institute in Paris. 

Our campus provides a friendly, collaborative atmosphere in which to study.

We welcome students from all parts of the EU and will continue to do so in the years ahead. 

We offer a three innovative Masters courses, taught by prizewinning research leaders. 

Browse a full list of courses.

This page outlines the typical structure of an MA, as well as the kind of academic and personal support and opportunities available to all of our postgraduate students.

Find out more about your MA.

To help you apply for an MA at Queen Mary we’ve compiled useful information about the application process and admissions requirements including supporting documents.

Find out how to apply.

Tuition fees vary depending on whether you live outside the European Union. There are also a number of additional costs that students will need to plan for.

Find out more about fees and living expenses.

Undertaking an MA can be a large financial commitment. In recognition of this, we offer a range of competitive bursaries and scholarships for postgraduate students.

Find out more about scholarships and funding.

Whether you choose to work or pursue a PhD, an MA at Queen Mary is an excellent springboard to your future.

Find out more about employment and further study.