Congratulations! You have received an offer to study your chosen Classics course at Warwick!
Thank you for applying to us. We realise at this stage you will have plenty to think about as you make decisions about which places to chose as your firm and insurance offers.
With that in mind, we invite all students with an offer to study Classics at Warwick to a special series of open days to get to know the staff and students and to get a feel for what it is like to study here. These open days are held in the spring term. As part of the day, you will have the chance to hear from staff and students on what makes Warwick special, have guided tours of the department, the campus and student accommodation, talks about finances and careers, a series of mini-lectures and seminars on different themes, as well as lots of time to chat informally with staff and students over coffee and lunch.
Look out for details of the 2018 special open days here, and we will be in touch with you to invite you to one soon after you have received your offer.
Offer-holder open day dates for 2018:
Wednesday 7 February 2018; Wednesday 28 February 2018; Wednesday 14 March 2018
Fingers crossed you got the results you wanted!
If you did, and you picked Warwick as your firm choice - then great, we're looking forward to seeing you in October! Take a look below for information for new students and on what you can be doing during the summer to prepare for your degree.
If you picked Warwick as your firm choice, but didn't manage to meet your offer grades, don't panic. The Admissions team (Dr Victoria Rimell and Prof Alison Cooley) will look carefully at every case in the days around the release of results. We can decide to accept you or to offer you a place on a different Classics course, in which case you will be hearing from us shortly after results are released.
If you picked Warwick as your insurance offer, and missed your grades for your firm choice, we will also look at your application and may decide to offer you a place, which you can take up if your firm choice university does not accept you. Again, you will be hearing from us soon after results are released.
If you enter Clearing, Warwick - depending on how many people applied to us in any particular year - may be looking for students in the Clearing process. In which case, get in touch with the Warwick Clearing Team hotline, or we may well give you a call to see if you are interested in coming to Warwick. Students are also welcome to contact us about a place through Adjustment.
We are really looking forward to welcoming all of our new students, both undergraduate and postgraduate! We very much hope you will have a memorable and inspiring time here with us.
Term begins on Monday 2nd October 2017.
Monday 2nd October 2017 - 10-12 Welcome meeting for new 1st years in Oculus 0.02.
Monday 2nd October 2017, 1-2pm Informal welcome for 1st years: a chance to meet your student mentors over tea/coffee and biscuits: in The Graduate Space in the Humanities Building, 4th floor, across the bridge.
Before you arrive, we suggest that you spend some time over the summer consolidating what you already know about the ancient world, and dipping into unfamiliar territory. Don't forget to visit local sites/ museums to look at ancient artefacts, as well as completing some of the suggested reading. Take a look also at some of the Knowledge Centre articles written by members of the department, our blog series, Classical Texting, and Coins at Warwick, and watch some of our Vodcasts, or films on our YouTube channel. Don't forget to check out our Student Blogger, Jivan Kandola.
- Ancient History and Classical Archaeology / Classical Civilisation (+ with Philosophy) /
- Classics / English and Latin
Tuesday 3rd October 2017 - 13.00-15.00: Departmental welcome for all new pgs followed by tea/coffee and biscuits, with a chance to meet existing pgs in Humanities 0.60.
Taught MA Induction: Tuesday 3rd October 2017, in Social Sciences 2.73 15.00-16.00.
For our Taught MA programmes, please contact Dr Suzanne Frey-Kupper to discuss your options.
For research degrees, please contact your supervisor (if you don't know who this is, email the Director of Graduate Studies: Dr Caroline Petit).