The Graduate Diploma is ideal for graduates in unrelated disciplines wishing to pursue graduate-level work in the field of Late Antique & Byzantine Studies. Though it may be taken as a free-standing qualification in its own right, most students take the Graduate Diploma as a preliminary to the MA in Late Antique & Byzantine Studies at King's.
This Graduate Diploma comprises of:
- Two compulsory modules: at least one in a classical language (normally Greek, but, if you have a good knowledge of Greek, then Latin) and one in Byzantine history.
- A supporting module chosen to suit your interests and needs, which can be taken from options offered in the Centre for Hellenic Studies, the Department of Classics or the Department of Theology & Religious Studies. Students may choose to study a further language.
- A compulsory dissertation.
For progression to the MA in Late Antique & Byzantine Studies
, a pass at Merit standard (60 per cent) would be required.
Dr Daniel Orrells
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 120/ECTS 60
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.
Strand Campus, other University of London institutions.
Most students go on to take our MA in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, or related courses at other UK universities.
Year of entry 2015