Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in European and Global History with Maltese

Study Discipline: Arts & Humanities
Study Programme Details
City: Msida
Country: Malta
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a captivating journey through time with our Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in European and Global History with Maltese. Delve into the intricate tapestry of human civilization, gaining a profound academic lens on the historical narratives that have shaped our world. By immersing yourself in the rich cultural, political, and societal developments spanning continents, you’ll cultivate a nuanced understanding of our global heritage.

As you navigate through the annals of history, you’ll witness the evolution of societies from medieval Europe to contemporary global landscapes. Our program offers a transformative educational experience, equipping you with invaluable insights into the interconnectedness of nations and the complexities of cross-cultural dynamics. Explore diverse perspectives, from the rise of empires to the struggles for independence, and uncover the threads that bind humanity together.

In your final year, seize the opportunity to craft a research-based dissertation on a topic of your choosing, delving deep into areas of historical inquiry that ignite your passion. Additionally, immerse yourself in a multicultural learning experience through our Erasmus+ mobility program, where you’ll broaden your horizons and forge connections with peers from around the world.


Unravel the mysteries of the past and illuminate the path to the future with our Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in European and Global History with Maltese. This program offers a captivating exploration of the world’s historical tapestry, providing students with a comprehensive understanding of the forces that have shaped contemporary society.

From the medieval landscapes of Europe to the complexities of global interconnectivity, our curriculum offers a dynamic blend of academic rigor and experiential learning. Through engaging lectures, interactive seminars, and hands-on research projects, students will develop critical thinking skills and analytical acumen essential for success in today’s interconnected world.

In your final year, you’ll have the opportunity to undertake a research-based dissertation, delving into a topic of your choice under the guidance of our esteemed faculty. Additionally, our Erasmus+ mobility program offers students the chance to broaden their horizons through immersive experiences in multicultural settings.

Admission Requirements

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Year 1:

  • Medieval Europe 1
  • Themes of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Maltese Political History
  • The Mediterranean in Modern Times
  • An Overview of Chinese History
  • Structure and Change in Malta’s Economic History
  • The Order of St John 1530-1798: A Cultural History Approach
  • Introduction to Maltese Historical Demography

Year 2:

  • The Renaissance and Reformation
  • The Practice of History
  • Culture and Society in Contemporary Korea and Japan
  • France and Germany: Rethinking Interrelations in the Making of Europe
  • Archives for Historians
  • The Eight-Pointed Cross of the Mediterranean
  • China in the World
  • Slavery in the Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean
  • Trans-Regional Migrations: A Short History of Migration and Mobility from Ancient to Modern Times
  • Medieval Island Regions

Year 3:

  • Dissertation
  • U.S. History: 1492 to 1939
  • European Industrialisation and Mediterranean Underdevelopment
  • A History of the Family and Sexual Behaviour
  • Late Medieval Mediterranean History
  • European Historiography
  • War and Society in Medieval Europe
  • Contemporary Mediterranean History
  • Synoptic Study-Unit 1 – International and Global History
  • Synoptic Study-Unit 2 – European History

Non EU Applicants:

Fee per academic year: Eur 8,500

Local/EU/EEA Applicants:

No fees apply

Future Career Outcomes

Graduates of our program emerge with a diverse skill set and a deep understanding of global history, positioning them for success in a variety of fields. Alumni have pursued careers as historians, archivists, museum curators, cultural heritage managers, and international relations specialists, among others. The critical thinking, research, and communication skills developed during their studies are highly valued in both the public and private sectors.

Visa Requirements:

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