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2016 NSS results highlight teaching and organisation strengths

Posted on 10/08/2016

Final year Classics students have highlighted the department’s teaching and the organisation of their studies as particular areas of satisfaction in the 2016 National Student Survey.

92% of students say staff are enthusiastic about what they are teaching and 83% say Classics academics have made the subject interesting.

94% of students say the timetable works efficiently for them – a rise of 6% on 2015 – while 83% are satisfied that assessment arrangements and marking have been fair.

Overall satisfaction with teaching is 86%.

The department will be working with Classics students over the coming months to build on these results and get students' ideas for how we can continue to improve your experiences studying with us. Thank you for your feedback.

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Rumbling around Greece!

Rumbling around Greece!

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Students in the King's College London Department of Classics have just returned from a magical week in Greece – fully funded by the department's Jamie Rumble Memorial Fund. This year saw the largest trip in the Rumble Fund's history, with thirty BA and MA students setting off to Athens, Piraeus and Delphi as part of their module on the 'Classical Art of the Body: Greek Sculpture and its Legacy'.
Remembering Professor Geoffrey Waywell FSA FKC

Remembering Professor Geoffrey Waywell FSA FKC

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Remembering Professor Geoffrey B. Waywell FSA FKC who was one of the prime movers in the development of the Department of Classics from a small but well regarded unit within the federal University of London into the highly ranked and third largest Classics Department in the UK that it is today.
Rumble Fund Trip 2015-16

Rumble Fund Trip 2015-16

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The 2015-16 academic year saw the Department's first Rumble Trip to Italy: from 13 to 17 December 2015 a group of some 20 students departed for a jam-packed tour of Rome. As with all departmental Rumble Trips, the full costs of this trip were covered by the Jamie Rumble Memorial Fund.

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