Are you interested in exploring classical material and visual culture, and its impact upon subsequent historical conceptions of antiquity? If so, this course is the ideal foundation for a career in museum work or education. It also equips you for further PhD study in related fields.
You will undertake specialist research training in art, numismatics and epigraphy, with museum visits forming an important part of the programme. Teaching comprises two core modules — one language module and the other focusing on issues of reception, historiography and museum display — plus your choice of optional modules.
Options can be taken from within the Classics Department or you may decide to study a module from a related department, such as History of Art. Over the summer, you will complete a supervised dissertation, enabling you to research independently an area of personal academic interest in more depth.
Full time: 1 year
Part time: 2 years
2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a related subject
IELTS Band B
Home/EU: £8,170 per year
Overseas: £18,380 per year
Home: £4,085 per year
Overseas: £9,190 per year
This information is applicable for 2017 entry.