Do you want to study History?
History is a science with an unimaginable breadth of branches for those who have not yet interfered in the subject and that offers the possibility of exercising it from different sectors. Students can choose between the Faculty in History and the Bachelor of History, or take the first and then complete the necessary subjects to obtain the second degree.
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Teaching, both primary and secondary or public or private university, hand in hand with History implies the responsibility of transmitting a version of events to those who are being trained to be the protagonists of future events. “History is perhaps the most interesting of the social sciences, since it integrates all disciplines. Without knowing the past of man, you cannot build the present, much less think about the future. Having the tools to understand what is happening today is necessary to develop better action plans ”, indicates a third-year professor of the degree. “Five years of intense study give a degree, but do not allow to cover all the knowledge. The historian’s task will basically be to continue training throughout his life, not to stop studying, investigating and analyzing past and present events. The same happens with those who approach History from the teaching side, they must be constantly updated, since historical events change their interpretation as research on them progresses ”, he adds. “Deciding to study History is to decide to enter an exciting universe, where the student will have to nourish himself with different positions on the same facts to draw his own conclusions. That is, perhaps, the magic of History, that there is no absolute truth in any fact, they are all versions to be interpreted ”, he concludes. When someone chooses to dedicate themselves to it professionally, they must be clear that there will be no mathematical formulas or exact calculations, everything will be relative and questionable. And, in the event that he exercises it from systematic training, he must also know how to transmit this idea to his students.
Why study history?
- Because it is a science full of questions and answers that enrich the events that have occurred and serve as a support for future events.
- Because you really like to investigate.
- Because you like teaching.
- Because there is a particular subject that you are passionate enough to specialize in it and get to its beginning.
- Because you believe that the future can only be modified from the past.
- Because you understand that all the mysteries capable of positively or negatively modifying its present are hidden at the origins of humanity.
- Because you are skeptical and you do not believe in the versions that teachers have told you in your school training or in what you read in books.
- Because you have a strong need to draw your own conclusions and convey them.
- Because you believe that History is the only source of knowledge capable of nourishing all your needs.
Where to study History in Argentina?
Instituto Superior del Profesorado San Agustín
Argentine Catholic University
National University of Tucumán
National University of San Juan
National University of Salta
National University of Rosario
Northeast National University
National University of Misiones
National University of Mar del Plata
National University of the South
National University of Comahue
National University of La Rioja
National University of La Plata
National University of Jujuy
National University of Formosa
National University of Catamarca
National University of Cordoba
Buenos Aires’ University
Where to study History in Uruguay?
Artigas Teachers Institute
Where to study History in Spain?
University of Alcalá
University of Alicante
Autonomous University of Barcelona
Autonomous University of Madrid
University of Barcelona
Castilla-La Mancha university
University of cantabria
Complutense University of Madrid
University of Cordoba
University of Deusto
University of Extremadura
University of Granada
University of the Balearic Islands
University of Huelva
University of La Laguna
University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
University of Lleida
University of Murcia
University of Leon
Rovira i Virgili University
University of Santiago de Compostela