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Hey!
So in June, I am expected to complete work experience, with a week off school to complete it, however I am unsure what kind of places I should be looking at.
I am hoping to study history at university, and are doing the A-Levels of History, English Literature, and Media.
Is anyone able to help think of ideas? I have looked into some larger museums, such as the Natural History, however I am not sure how likely it is, so any alternatives would be so much help!
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Working at a museum?
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You dont need w/ex for a History degree.
You need to show that you have an acdemic interest in the study of history at degree level.

You can try getting some customer service w/ex at a museum, archive, national trust, english heritage, tourist site etc but it wont teach you anything more than working in a shop etc. Or get a week in an office/ coffee shop/grocery shop on your nearest Uni campus - that will at least introduce you what it its like at a Uni.
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