The BA Ancient History and Politics degree offers the study of the Greek and Roman worlds, including politics, history, philosophy, archaeology and art, to shed light on the ancient civilisations that have shaped our modern political world.
- Ancient History students can study intermediary and advanced ancient language.
- In the second year, students can take module Ancient and Historic Places, a study trip or field project focusing on a specific region or place.
- Students can gain teaching experience by leading workshops for the South West Wales Reaching Wider Partnership.
- Students can study a 'Parliamentary Studies" module which includes sessions with members of parliament and the House of Lords, visits to the Palace of Westminster. Staff from the Houses of Parliament will deliver some classes and will be available to act as informal project advisors to students who take the follow on Dissertation in parliamentary studies module.
- Students have the option of a semester abroad in Hong Kong or the USA.
- Our students have an academic mentor who provides pastoral support and guidance on issues that may affect their well-being, attendance and progress through University.
Students study six modules a year, three in Ancient History and three in Politics.
Semester abroad, second semester, second year