History and Welsh (BA)
3 years (full-time) / n/a (part-time) / n/a (distance / e-Learning)
Within this degree scheme, students will have the opportunity to pair the popular and fascinating subject of History with Welsh – a language experiencing a resurgence within Wales and beyond. By combining these two courses, students will gain a wealth of transferable skills and knowledge beneficial to the world of employment, opening the doors to a variety of career paths. The time spent on each subject is effectively halved, enabling students to study the Welsh language, its literature and culture, whilst exploring and understanding key moments in history.
|How to apply||www.cardiff.ac.uk/howtoapply|
|Typical places available||
The School of Welsh admits around 35 students every year to its undergraduate degree programmes.
|Typical applications received||The School of History, Archaeology and Religion= 1650
The School of Welsh = 130
|Scholarships & Bursaries||www.cardiff.ac.uk/scholarships|
|Typical A-level offer||ABB|
|Admissions Tutors|| Welsh: Dr Rhiannon Marks
History: Dr Lloyd Bowen
Welsh: 029 2087 4843
History: 029 2087 4313
|Email address|| Welsh: email@example.com
|School website|| www.cardiff.ac.uk/welsh
|Typical A-level Offer||
Three A-level's including History and Welsh. If taking Second Language Welsh A-level, an A is required. We do not include General Studies or Critical Thinking in our offers.
|Typical WBQ Offer||Grade A in the Core, and grades AB in GCE Advanced Level subjects, to include History and either A in Welsh (2nd language) or B in Welsh (1st language). Excluding General Studies.|
|Typical Int Bacc Offer||34 points with 6 points in History|
|Other||Applications from those offering alternative qualifications are welcome. Please see detailed admissions and selection criteria for more information.|
A list of commonly accepted alternative entry qualifications and admissions and selection criteria for this degree programme can be read here.
Next intake: September each year
Name: Dr Lloyd Bowen (History)
Telephone: +44 (0)29 2087 4313
Name: Dr Rhiannon Marks (Welsh)
Telephone: 029 2087 5594