A Curriculum as broad as your horizons

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1. Step one

Choose one undergraduate degree, 12 modules

2. Step two

Choose one contextual course, 4 modules

3. Step three

Study all three compulsory Core Modules

4. Step four

Complete the compulsory Professional Programme.

You will study a total 20 modules at NCH - significantly more than a standard undergraduate degree which consists of 12 modules.
To reflect the greater breadth and richness of your studies at the College, you will be awarded the NCH Diploma in addition to a University of London undergraduate degree.

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Undergraduate University Degree Courses

Economics is best described as the study of incentives. How do individuals, firms and governments make their decisions?

Economics and Politics are closely related disciplines, and the Economics & Politics BSc at New College of the Humanities is especially suited to those with an interest in public policy and government decision making.

Studying the English BA at NCH in London improves your perspicacity, articulacy and engagement in life.

Philosophical themes and questions can be found in almost any work of literature, and many philosophical texts have literary qualities. This combined degree will help you to explore the relationship between literature and philosophy.

Studying the History BA at NCH London is a life-enriching pursuit.

Studying Law at New College of the Humanities will give you a high quality legal education.

Studying the Philosophy BA draws you into conversation.

Philosophical themes and questions can be found in almost any work of literature, and many philosophical texts have literary qualities; indeed many early literary works were actually works of philosophy. This combined degree will help you to explore the relationship between literature and philosophy.

Politics is both an art and a science while international relations broadens your outlook

The combined study of Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) enhances your capacity to examine and evaluate competing arguments about political events, ideas and institutions, while giving you an understanding of economic theories and outcomes.

The study of psychology increases your understanding of the complexity of human behaviour.

The compulsory Science Literacy module is designed to develop an intelligent insight into central areas of science. Taught by some of the world's most well-known and respected professors, including: evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, physicist and cosmologist Lawrence Krauss, philosopher Daniel Dennett and experimental psychologist, cognitive scientist, linguist and popular science author, Steven Pinker.

The aim of the compulsory Logic & Critical Thinking module is to introduce the methods and principles of good reasoning.

Designed to make our graduates irresistible to employers, the Professional Programme fosters the basic capabilities essential for a wide range of different professions and encourages you to develop winning attitudes and behaviours.

The New College of the Humanities Foundation programme provides students with an opportunity to study humanities subjects at university level in preparation for entry to the College as an undergraduate.

We offer a number of one-year Postgraduate Diplomas (PgDip) at NCH. These diplomas are ideal for recent graduates looking to get a well-respected and recognised qualification in an unrelated area to their undergraduate degree choice, perhaps to open up further study or work in a field in which you have become passionate about since first choosing your undergraduate degree.

Postgraduate Diploma in Economics PgDip (1yr)

Postgraduate Diploma in Politics PgDip (1yr)

Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations PgDip (1yr)

Postgraduate Diploma in Social Sciences PgDip (1yr)

You can still apply for 2015 entry!

You can apply directly to New College of the Humanities now, in addition to your five UCAS choices, to start your degree this September. Your first step is to complete and submit our application form online.

Our Admissions Advisers are happy to talk to you informally before you apply. This is not part of the selection process, so feel free to call +44 (0) 207 637 4550 for a chat or email info@NCHum.org with any questions.