|Mode of study||Academic A Level|
|Campus||English Bridge Campus|
|Start date||3 September 2019|
|Course code||CLA-AL (1921)|
A minimum of five GCSEs at grade 4 or above, including English Language. This is very varied course, studying myths, literature, history, politics, art and architecture, philosophy and the way people lived in Greece and Rome. You should have an interest in Greek and Roman History and Society. It is unlikely that you will have studied any aspect of the Ancient World before so you do not need any specific GCSEs to study this course. If you have an interest in different cultures, history, literature, art or philosophy then this is a great course to choose because it has aspects of many different subject areas. If you enjoy reading and essay writing, discussion and analysis then this is a course that you would enjoy.
The core themes that run through this subject are:
Many of our students take this course out of interest and discover that it sits alongside any A Level course, especially those which develop reading, writing and discussion skills.
Three written exams:
Students go on to study courses at university such as Ancient History, Classics (Latin and Greek) or Classical Civilisation or History, English, Law, Theatre Studies, Social Sciences and Archaeology. Careers can include Legal and Public Services, Teaching, Travel and Tourism, Civil Service, Journalism, Politics, Museum and Historical archives.
Previous students have entered national competitions including Ancient World / Classic Essay at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. Classical Civilisation has benefitted from guest speakers from top universities including Oxford/Cambridge and Prof. Edith Hall in March 2018.
You can apply online via the APPLY NOW button and then add an additional 2 or 3 subjects to make up your academic programme. You can also apply for a second, alternative programme of study on the application page. If after reading this factsheet, you are still undecided about the course most suitable for you, please drop in to one of our Open Evenings, ring Admissions on 01743 260401 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org