Departmental student handbooks contain much
of the information you will require about studying for your History degree.
example, you will find some very useful advice on essay writing and referencing.
Pick up your copy from the History Department Office or download the pdf
versions here: Postgraduate
Who does what in the department can be found in
Responsibilities, along with their contact
The student web portal
myEssex automatically provides links to information about your
course and modules, including
Rules of Assessment: how students progress
from one year of study to the next, what is required to qualify
for an award and how a degree classification is arrived at;
services: where to get help within and outside the
Materials Repository (CMR) where you can find
reading and essay lists, module outlines, past
exam papers and links to key module readings in the Albert
Specifications Catalogue where you can find the
course structure and rules of assessment for your degree;
- many cases of plagiarism are a result of misunderstanding. Find out more
and test your own
knowledge of plagiarism with the online quiz.
For further information about your course and modules, please follow the
links on the left for Undergraduate Students. Please read this material carefully: it
includes important details regarding
coursework and other instructions that are essential to the successful
completion of your studies.