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BA Classical Archaeology

 Course Level
Bachelors / UG
 Type
Full Time

 Duration
3 Years
 Start month
September

 Tuition fee

International
17050 GBP
National
9250 GBP
EU
9250 GBP

Application fee

International 12 GBP
National 12 GBP
Department
Department of Classics
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)5.5
27

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About this course

Their modules cover a range of art historical and archaeological approaches, such as chronological (e.g. ‘Art and power in the Age of Alexander’; regional (e.g. ‘Building Greece’); site-based (e.g. City of Rome); thematic (e.g. ‘The classical art of the body’); and museum-based (e.g. ‘Grand Tour: antiquities in London’). They also offer the opportunity to participate in a fully-funded trip associated with a classical archaeology module, courtesy of the Rumble Fund.

While you will focus on art and archaeological modules, you can also take modules in literary studies and philosophy, and you can learn Latin and/or Greek at a level appropriate to your prior knowledge, whatever that may be. Many historical modules are highly relevant, such as ‘Roman London’ and ‘Pompeii’, and there is even the opportunity to take a module from outside the department.

First-year students who flourish in Latin or Greek language may transfer to the Classics (Greek & Latin) BA in their second year of study via their 'Pathway B'. Such students will attend intensive summer school language modules between the first and second year, and between the second and third year of study.

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Eligibility Criteria

 5.5  overall with a minimum of
  •  5.5 in reading and writing 
  •  5.0 in listening and speaking

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Course Modules

YEAR 1
Compulsory module:
  • Art & Archaeology of Greece & Rome
Choice of optional modules including:
  • Greek or Latin language
  • Greek & Latin Literature: An Introduction
  • Introduction to Ancient History (c. 1200 BC-AD 600)
  • Working with Greek & Latin Literary Texts: An Introduction
  • Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
YEAR 2
Second year students choose four to six modules from a range of optional modules, which may include options such as:
  • Art and Power in the Age of Alexander
  • The Art of Acquisition: Conquest, collection and the rise of Rome
  • Grand Tour: Antiquities in London from the Enlightenment to the Present Day
  • Roman Britain
  • From Sulla to Caesar: the fall of the Roman Republic
  • Pompeii: History and Society
  • Constantinople: Imperial capital - Medieval metropolis
  • Romans & barbarians
  • Archaeology of Ancient Greece
YEAR 3
All final year students may choose to research and write a dissertation on a classical archaeological subject and take three or four optional modules, which would include options such as:
  • Dissertation on a classical archaeological subject
  • The Classical Art of the Body
  • Greek Pottery & Painting, 800-300 BC
  • Archaeology of the Western Roman Provinces
  • Minoans & Mycenaeans
  • Medieval Cyprus: art & architecture
  • Frontiers of the Roman Empire

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How to Apply

  • If you are interested in coming to King's, you should apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) and apply online via the UCAS website (click on 'apply'). If you are applying through a school or college, you will need to obtain a 'buzzword' from the centre you are applying through. Alternatively, you can apply as an individual, independent of a school or college. Please see the UCAS website for instructions. The UCAS institution code name for King's is KCL, and the institution code is K60.
  • If you have already applied to King’s, in addition to using UCAS Track to keep up-to-date with your progress and reply to any offers (if your application is through UCAS), you can use King’s myApplication portal to check for messages regarding your application. You can use myApplication to find out if you’ve been invited for interview, view details of your offer and contact the King’s admissions team, as well as to find information about applying for accommodation and the points-based visa system.

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