Classics at University of St Andrews - UCAS

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Course summary

The MLitt in Classics is an intensive taught programme, designed primarily as preparation for further research. The course allows you to specialise in a wide range of areas, including: Greek or Latin literature, ancient history, classical archaeology, reception studies, and ancient philosophy.


Please see the Course Details section for information:

Assessment method

PG Diploma: 9 months of ongoing coursework (2 semesters of study)

Entry requirements

- The minimum requirements for entry to the MLitt in Classics are a first-class or high 2.1 degree or equivalent. If you studied your first degree outside the UK, see the international entry requirements. In reviewing applications for the MLitt, the School of Classics looks especially at: - your statement of your plans for the MLitt and for future study or careers - your academic background and level of performance (especially in courses relevant to the MLitt, and in any research projects or dissertations that you may have completed) - evidence of your ability to complete a high-level MLitt dissertation and of potential to progress to further research degrees (particularly evidenced by your sample of written work)

English language requirements

For the current English Language requirements please visit the English language requirements for postgraduate students on the University of St Andrews website.

English language requirements for postgraduate students

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Classics at University of St Andrews - UCAS