O que eu aprenderei?

Classical Studies - Classical Studies allows you to study the society and culture of antiquity, including its art, religion, history, and archaeology, studying their literary and visual cultures against the backdrop of the history of the period. In Year One a group of core modules provides you with a solid introduction to the breadth of Greco-Roman society and culture, and helps to develop the skills you will require for later in-depth study. The remaining half of the programme is drawn from options in ancient history, classical archaeology, Greek, and Latin. In Year Two you will study aspects of Greek and Roman literature, art, language, intellectual culture, and modern receptions of the ancient world more exhaustively. Core modules cover broad and key topics in Greek and Roman culture and society and use a wide range of types of evidence. Optional modules allow you to analyse ancient texts in translation, or focus on epochal events and political actors in ancient history. In Year Three, modules centre on key figures, genres, and themes continue the development of skills, depth, and focus. In particular, your dissertation will give you the opportunity to undertake detailed and independent research. You will have an expert adviser who will help you define the topic and give advice on useful directions to take, but the subject matter itself will be your own choice. Throughout the degree you may complement your classical studies with modules in ancient history, and ancient language.

Italian – Studying Italian as a Minor at 25% of your degree will help you to become highly proficient in writing, reading, speaking and listening to the language. It will also help you to understand aspects of the society and culture of Italy. At the University of Liverpool, Italian may be taken from A level or as a beginners’ language. A Year Abroad is highly recommended, but not compulsory for Italian as a Minor subject. You may spend a year in Italy as an assistant in a school, as a student at university or on a work placement. During this year, you will complete an extended essay or portfolio in Italian or follow courses at your host university. If you combine Minor Italian with another language, you may choose to spend half the Year Abroad in Italy.

De qual departamento farei parte?

Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology

Opções de estudo

Período integral (3 anos)

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Data de início

28 Setembro 2020


Main Site

The Foundation Building,

Brownlow Hill,


L69 7ZX, England

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes do(s)/da Brasil

Students who hold the Certificado de Ensino Medio with grades of six or higher (except English language which requires IELTS or equivalent qualification) we advise to complete the Foundation Certificate at the Liverpool International College or an equivalent foundation programme. Students offering A-levels or International Baccalaureate can apply for direct entry to year one of undergraduate programmes. Students offering SATs can usually apply for direct entry to year one but should contact us for further advice prior to making an application. 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component.

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