Lellyit00009
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I’m really interested in history and always have been but did not choose it as an Alevel. I cant think of anything else that i would most like to study but have left myself in a predicament as a lot of university courses require you to have done history at alevel in order to study it. Does anyone know any university’s that would accept me without a history Alevel and which ones are the best for it?
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I'm not sure where you are based around the UK but Queens University Belfast doesn't require a level history. I'll list the undergraduate History courses and their entry requirements below:
History (BA HONS)- 3 years-ABB
History and International Relations (BA)- 3 years-ABB
History and Philosophy (BA)-3 years-ABB
History and Politics (BA)-3 years-ABB
History and Sociology (BA)- 3 years- BBB
None of these courses have specific a level requirements
Queens is also a Russel Group University and apparently Belfast is the cheapest area in the UK to study in
Good luck for applying!!!
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(Original post by Lellyit00009)
I’m really interested in history and always have been but did not choose it as an Alevel. I cant think of anything else that i would most like to study but have left myself in a predicament as a lot of university courses require you to have done history at alevel in order to study it. Does anyone know any university’s that would accept me without a history Alevel and which ones are the best for it?
There are several but you'll have to do a fair amount of digging to go through every university that offers history. To be honest, most of those that don't require history at A-level won't have great reputations for the subject.

An alternative approach would be to apply for degrees such as combined honours, liberal arts etc and focus on history within them. There might also be joint honours history degrees that don't require A-level history.
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