History undergraduates are taught by leading researchers who bring their evidence and investigations into the classroom. As a student of Heritage Studies, you will find yourself encouraged to get involved in a variety of additional activities. These will provide you with concrete examples of your skills to list on your CV to impress potential employers. They might include: Helping organise Heritage Hub events, such as ‘Remembering the First World War’, drawing together representatives of over 70 heritage organisations. Working with ‘Instant Oral History Team’, conducting interviews in a day. Working on a paid or voluntary basis on a range of projects led by members of History staff. Our unique Humanities Programme at the University of Hertfordshire enables you to study a combination of major and minor subjects to create a really bespoke degree that suits both your strengths and interests. It’s up to you whether you continue with your unique combination from your second year of study or simply specialise in perhaps just one or two subject areas.