Is this conference for you?
This free all-day conference is intended for A Level students and their teachers and will offer two tracks.
A Level Subject Knowledge Track: For students and teachers
Sessions led by academic staff in the School of Humanities (including the Department of History).
This track is designed to explore commonly studied A Level History topics, including Tudors, Russia, and Civil Rights, to:
i) build on subject knowledge
ii) broaden students’ and teachers’ viewpoints beyond the A Level specifications to develop a richer ‘hinterland’ of historical understanding
Professional Development Track: For teachers
Sessions led by staff in the School of Education, Faculty of Arts and the University Career Service.
This track will include an A Level pedagogy teacher development seminar, advice from Admissions Tutors on supporting students in applying to university, and information on careers related to the study of history and other history-related degrees.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
The following courses are available at the University of Nottingham:
- Ancient History
- Theology and Religious Studies
- American and Canadian Studies
- Modern Languages
- History of Art
- Joint Honours combinations
For more information on our courses visit:
Ways to Study History
We also offer a foundation year entry route for degrees in the Faculty of Arts. Our foundation year is designed for talented applicants who are not eligible for direct entry to an undergraduate course.
Learn more about our Foundation Year
Safeguarding and Data Protection Policies:
The university has consulted on the issue of Safeguarding Young People and Vulnerable Adults in the preparation of this event to ensure the safety and data security of attendees. For more guidance on our policies please see the following: