The traditional requirement for entry onto a Level 7 programme is a 2.1 or 1st class undergraduate degree. In addition, the School encourages students with an equivalent and appropriate professional qualification or significant and relevant professional experience to apply.
Months of entry
The MA in Ancient History offers students whose interests centre on the study of ancient history the opportunity to take a specialist higher degree tailored to those interests.
Module Content and Structure
At Part I students take a range of modules on both Greek and Roman history and society.
Typical modules include:
Power and Culture in the Hellenistic East
Julius Caesar and his Times
Between Narrative and Interpretation: Writing History in the Ancient World
The Greek Economy in the Archaic and Classical Periods
Early Rome and Italy
Women in Ancient Myth and Society
Pagans, Jews and Christians
The study of ancient languages is optional.
Part II consists of a dissertation of 20,000 words which offers students the opportunity to undertake a sustained piece of research on a topic of their choice.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Errietta Bissa