Europe 1000-1800 (research) (MA)
In this research master at Leiden University you will focus on the important cultural and political transformations that characterised Europe between 1000-1800.
Why study Europe 1000-1800 (research) at Leiden University?
You will join a research master's programme in which you will study areas of history not covered by other Dutch history departments, including British, Iberian and Central European history as well as the political and cultural history of the Netherlands. You will learn how to think comparatively about the transformations in politics, culture and religion that occurred during this era.
Learn from leading scholars
During the programme you will engage closely in current scholarly debates, honing your ability to analyse and critique the latest academic ideas and theories. The programme is taught by inspired academics currently engaged in large-scale research projects on issues directly related to the MA, including feuds and factions, the Burgundian nobility, war memories and identity formation.
Access to unique resources
During your studies you will also be able to benefit from easy access to the excellent library and archival resources available in Leiden and The Hague, where you can study many primary sources and secondary studies.
Europe 1000-1800 (research) degree
Europe 1000-1800 (research) at Leiden University is an accredited degree programme. After successful completion of this programme, you will receive a research master’s degree in History and the title Master of Arts (MA).