Applying to study
- Classics at Warwick
- Order a prospectus
- Book an open day visit
- Fees and funding
- Information for offer holders
- From the Warwick web site - how to apply and accommodation.
New undergraduates should come to F1.07 for the first induction meeting on Mon 3rd Oct. at 10 am. Please read the welcome letter for further details. Please also dip into the recommended reading list (ClassCiv/AHCA) and advice for Classics/English Latinists.
New postgraduates should come to H0.60 for their induction on Tues 4th Oct in H0.60
Returning undergraduates must come to L3 on Tues 4th Oct at 10 am.
Michael Scott on Why Study Classics at Warwick
" You get to understand a world that has fundamentally influenced our own, so when you study Classics you don't just study the past, you actually also study our own world as it is around us right now."
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Classics Department Postgraduate Open Day
Come along to our Postgraduate Open Day in November to find out about our courses, how to maximise your chances of gaining doctoral funding, and to meet current postgraduates and staff.
Making Classics Matter
The Department of Classics is passionately committed to encouraging as wide an audience as possible to engage with the study of the Classical world. In addition to our video and audio podcasts, we run a series of engagement, outreach and widening participation activities, including our annual drama festival.
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The Classics Department at Warwick is one of the best in the UK. Our international reputation rests on our innovative and intensive teaching, and on research which continues to open up new aspects of Greco-Roman antiquity and its importance in later history. Find out more about us.