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New History Degree 14 September 2005

    The Isle of Man College, in conjunction with the University of Chester, the Centre for Manx Studies and Manx National Heritage, is offering the opportunity to study for a degree in History and Heritage Management with Manx Studies in the Isle of Man which may be followed over three years of evening and weekend classes or at a more leisurely pace over six years.

    The programme has been designed to give a broad view of history and heritage management in the Isle of Man, the adjacent islands and further afield through systematic study of the past. It covers key aspects of theory and practice, and embraces historical enquiry and heritage practice both at home and abroad. Graduates from the programme, in addition to boosting awareness, understanding and expertise related to history, heritage and Manx studies, would be well prepared to progress to related employment and/or appropriate masters or doctorate courses.

    Ten students have been accepted onto the programme for the first year and although this is the planned number of students for the course, it is still possible for a few more students to join the course.

    Further information about the course can be obtained from the College (Tel 648200) or the Centre for Manx Studies (Tel 673074) and applications will be considered up to the end of September.

    Students holding an accepted offer of a place on the course should attend for enrolment and introductions at 6.00pm on Wednesday 28th September at the College main building.

    14th September 2005

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