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Courses

Undergraduate courses offered by the Department of Classics 

UCAS Code Q806
Duration 3 Years

Study BA Ancient History degree in the Department of Classics, Faculty of Arts & Humanities at King's College London.

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UCAS Code V414
Duration 3 Years

Study BA Classical Archaeology degree in the Department of Classics, Faculty of Arts & Humanities at King's College London.

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UCAS Code Q810
Duration 3 Years

Study BA Classical Studies degree in the Department of Classics at King's College London.

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UCAS Code QQ28
Duration 3 Years

Study BA Classical Studies & Comparative Literature degree at King's College London.

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UCAS Code Q8Q3
Duration 3 Years

Study BA Classical Studies with English degree at King's College London.

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UCAS Code Q800
Duration 3 Years

Study BA Classics degree in the Department of Classics at King's College London.

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UCAS Code LP99
Duration 3 years (a Modern Languages major is 4 years, with the 3rd year spent abroad)

Study Liberal Arts BA at King's College London and take one of 12 majors from across arts, social sciences and humanities.

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Admissions

If you are thinking of applying to King’s and you have further queries about the university, the Admissions enquiries team will be happy to help you.

+44 (0) 207 848 7000

CONTACT INFORMATION

Due to the shift in remote working, phone calls will not be answered, and all enquiries should be directed to department email accounts, classics@kcl.ac.uk. Enquirers can request a call-back when they email if they’d like to communicate via phone rather than email.

 

Professor Edith Hall: What Makes Classics Special

"The umbrella-term ‘Classics’ covers a massive range. It’s the only subject where you assemble a multidimensional picture of an entire civilisation over many centuries—what it was like to live in it, what made a leader successful or disastrous, what was considered beautiful, what gods did its inhabitants worship (or, in the case of some philosophers, repudiate), how they ate, enjoyed themselves, made love, war and speeches and the stories they told each other."

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Modern Language Centre courses

As well as offering all King's students a discount on Evening & Saturday Language Courses, the Modern Language Centre provides undergraduates with the opportunity to study a language module for free with their degree.

So whether you are continuing your language studies from school, or wish to begin learning a brand new language from scratch, the MLC will ensure you have all the support and resources you need.

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