Starting autumn 2014, the History Department is offering its students the opportunity to take part in work placements with heritage organisations across North-West England. Some of our current second-years are contributing to projects in archives and museums ranging from Carlisle to Runcorn and Preston to Bury; they are finding out what it is really like to work in the heritage sector, and are getting hands-on experience with objects, with documents, with catalogues and more. Some of our students are even drafting scripts for historical re-enactors to use in a new museum that is opening in 2015. More on the work placements scheme will appear on our website soon.
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A Lancaster History degree is a gateway to an exciting and rewarding career. History graduates are able to think critically, analyse evidence, structure an argument, and communicate effectively. As a result, our students have gone on to achieve highly in many different fields. Some have told us more about their experiences below