A minimum undergraduate honours degree with 2:1 classification in a humanities subject with a significant element relating to classical antiquity or the Middle Ages.
If you do not have a formal qualification in any ancient language you may still be considered if you take at least a basic course before the start of your MA studies.
Months of entry
Our Late Antique and Byzantine Studies MA covers an exciting and varied field of study spanning the history and culture of the Eastern Mediterranean world during the period that begins with the foundation of Constantinople (now Istanbul) in 330 and ends with the fall of the Byzantine Empire in 1453. As well as exploring the history of region through a variety of themes – history, literature, material culture, philosophy and theology – the course will also help you to develop proficiency in vital research skills, including the use of ancient languages (Medieval Greek or Latin), palaeography, epigraphy and papyrology.
Leads to further research or careers in education, journalism, finance, politics and cultural sectors.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Officer
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