University of Highlands and Islands History Department

University of Highlands and Islands History Department

Centre for History

Internationally renowned for its research and teaching in Highland, Scottish and wider world history.

The University of the Highlands and Islands has considerable research strengths in history and boasts the highest ranked new history department in the UK.

The newest university history department in the UK, the Centre for History comprises an ambitious and vibrant team of historians, committed to teaching and research of international reach and significance. Our work focuses on the history of the Highlands and Islands, Scotland, and the wider world, from the medieval period to the twentieth century.

All of the centre’s lecturers are research-active, visiting archives; writing books and articles that are published by leading academic presses; and presenting their research to a wider public audience through engagement with local and regional community groups and cultural organisations.

Study Opportunities

 

  • Archaeology BA (Hons)
  • Gaelic Scotland BA (Hons)
  • History BA (Hons)
  • History and Archaeology BA (Hons)
  • History and Literature BA (Hons)
  • History and Politics BA (Hons)
  • History and Theology BA (Hons)
  • Scottish Cultural Studies BA (Hons)

Scottish Cultural Studies and Archaeology BA (Hons) Scottish Cultural Studies with Gaelic Studies BA (Hons) Scottish Cultural Studies and Scottish History BA (Hons)

  • Scottish History BA (Hons)
  • Scottish History and Archaeology BA (Hons)
  • Scottish History with Gaelic Studies BA (Hons)
  • Scottish History and Literature BA (Hons)

 

Courses in development

 

  • Archaeology with Gaelic Studies BA (Hons)

University of Highlands and Islands History Department, General course enquiries

0845 272 3600
info@uhi.ac.uk

School enquiries

For school enquiries please contact our Schools Recruitment Officer :

Nina Crocombe
01463 279 510
nina.crocombe@uhi.ac.uk