Classical Studies and Modern Greek Studies

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BA

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Full Time

| UCAS code: QR79
A unique opportunity to study a degree exploring aspects of the ancient, medieval and modern worlds. Study modern Greek plus either classical Greek or Latin languages. The course is based in central London and includes a year abroad.

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KEY BENEFITS
Classics:
  • One of the very best classics departments in the country, renowned for its quality of teaching, student experience and cutting-edge research.
  • Central location offers collaborations with the British Museum and the Museum of London, which are incorporated into undergraduate teaching.
  • The department stages an annual Greek play in the original language, providing students with an opportunity to experience the Greek dramatic tradition.
  • Degree programmes combine focus and flexibility, allowing students to pursue their interests.
  • Graduates are equipped with analytical and presentational skills valued by employers, leading to careers in heritage-related professions, the media, education, civil service and the performing arts.
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Modern Greek
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  • King's is one of only three UK institutions that teach Byzantine & Modern Greek to BA degree level.
  • The Centre for Hellenic Studies at King's is the largest of its kind with all staff active in research at international level in a wide range of fields.
  • Location makes collaboration possible with many Greek cultural organisations based in London.
  • Students are offered the opportunity to improve their language skills during a year studying abroad.
  • Graduates go into a wide range of professions, including law, government service, journalism, teaching and the financial services industries.

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