Lloyd HattonLloyd Hatton

I studied History and Politics at Queen Mary University of London. I started in September 2014 and graduated in July of this year. I chose History because I thoroughly enjoyed the 20th century course I completed at A Level, and was keen to carry on learning about modern history - especially political history.Studying History at THS put me in a great position, the modules we covered were both in depth but also valuable at offering a wider context that allowed you to consider where you would like to go next with History. Overall, meaning I had plenty of options. History at both A Level and degree is a great degree if you're just generally a curious mind. But it also offers plenty of transferable skills. History ensures you become good at writing confidently, reading and understanding large amounts of information and building a convincing argument.Having now graduated, I am working with the Labour Party in the London Borough of Harrow, as a support worker and caseworker for the Labour councillors and leader of the council.