3 good reasons to study Contemporary Military and International History at Salford: •Profit from expert staff and frequent guest speakers •Take advantage of the opportunity to undertake a military history archive placement in the final semester •Take advantage of international exchange opportunities, in Europe, Australia, Canada or the USA, including the Virginia Military Institute The Contemporary Military and International History course at Salford is an exciting degree that examines war and statecraft from the 19th century to the present, including intelligence, terrorism and peacekeeping. The degree offers a choice of modules on naval, air and land warfare. The research, communication and writing skills which you will acquire during the degree will assist you in a number of possible future professions, such as in the police, armed forces, the private security sector, teaching and many others. There is the opportunity to spend some or all of your second year studying abroad with excellent placement opportunities to boost your CV. Students who will be in the second year of their studies in 2012/13 or 2013/14 and spend the full year studying at an Erasmus (European) university may qualify for a tuition fee waiver.