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Undergraduate degree courses (single honours)

Classics includes many subjects that interrelate in many ways. We offer a variety of stimulating Single-Honours degree programmes, giving you the opportunity to study a wide range of topics, as well as the chance to focus on areas you are particularly interested in.

Our first year courses are specifically designed to introduce you to a range of different fields, to help you choose which subjects to pursue in your second and third years. 


Our most popular and most flexible degree programme, involving the opportunity to study a wide range of topics connected with the ancient world. There are no specified subjects required for entry. Units are arranged in groups (literature, language, history, art and archaeology) and every student must take one unit from each of at least three groups.

Please refer to the course finder on the right for further information.

This programme offers the opportunity to specialise in the historical aspects of the ancient world; students spend at least half of their time overall on Ancient History. All options available to Classical Studies students are also available to Ancient Historians. There are no specified subjects required for entry.

 

Please refer to the course finder on the right for further information.

This is a 'Classics' degree in the traditional sense, i.e. based on the study of Latin and Greek languages and of ancient texts in the original. Students spend at least half their time on the study of Latin and Greek; other options are taken from those available in Classical Studies. An A-level or equivalent qualification in either Latin or Greek is normally required for entry; it is possible to take the other language from scratch.

 

Please refer to the course finder on the right for further information.

Students spend at least half their time on Latin/Greek. Other options are taken from those available in Classical Studies. An A-level in Latin/Greek is normally required for entry; it is possible to begin the other language at any stage of the programme.

 

Please refer to the course finder on the right for further information. 

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