The MA in Classics allows students to develop advanced reading skills in ancient languages and to apply them to the study of a selection of some of the most important literary texts from the ancient world.
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The MA in Classics studies Greek and Latin language, literature and civilisation.
The full-time course is split across the year offering three modules in each academic semester (a total of six modules) and then a dissertation over the summer. The dissertation component is written on a specialist research topic of your choosing.
Part-time students take three modules in the first year, three in the second year and write the dissertation in the third year.