Discover the rich history of Scotland and get a Master’s degree in Scottish Heritage while you’re at it.
Engage with unique archival riches and unrivalled knowledge in Scotland’s rich written, visual, and oral history by visiting the National Library of Scotland.
Learn the skills you’ll need to do research in archives and library collections, no matter where you are on the planet. Discover the stories of the men, women, and children who left the beaches of Scotland in search of a better life in a foreign nation. Learn to collaborate with a variety of sources while honing your analytical abilities.
It is possible to tailor the emphasis of this Masters degree to suit your own needs and ties to Scotland, with the assistance of award-winning online teachers.
This degree is for anybody, anywhere in the globe, with a professional or personal interest in Scotland’s history and her people. You may customise your study hours to fit your schedule because it is completely online and flexible.
This course is eligible for the UK Study Online Scholarship draw
One of the only UK scholarships 100% dedicated to online study. £1,000 support for tuition fees for UK & International Students
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