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Why not come and see Swansea for yourself? We have three Postgraduate Open Days each year (Autumn, Spring and Summer) which will give you the chance to find out more about our courses and funding, meet staff and students, and tour our outstanding seafront campus. See http:www.swansea.ac.ukpostgraduateopendays for dates and booking information _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Part 1 of the MA requires 120 credits. There is one compulsory research methodologies module (20 cr). All students will be required to study Greek and Latin at an appropriate level (60 cr), and a choice of two specialised modules (2 x 20 cr). On successful completion of Part 1 and student can proceed to Part 2, the 60 credit dissertation. Compulsory (20 credits) CL-M08 Research Methodologies in Ancient History and Classical Culture [20 cr] Greek and Latin languages (60 cr) Full-time students will be expected to take 40 credits in either Greek or Latin, and 20 credits in Latin or Greek. Greek CL-M10 Postgraduate Greek I [10 cr] CL-M11 Postgraduate Greek II [10 cr] CL-M14 Advanced Postgraduate Greek I [10 cr] CL-M15 Advanced Postgraduate Greek II [10 cr] CL-M26 Greek texts I [20 cr] CL-M27 Greek texts II [20 cr] Latin CL-M12 Postgraduate Latin I [10 cr] CL-M13 Postgraduate Latin II [10 cr] CL-M16 Advanced Postgraduate Latin I [10 cr] CL-M17 Advanced Postgraduate Latin II [10 cr] CL-M28 Latin texts I [20 cr] CL-M29 Latin texts II [20 cr] Optional (40 credits) You must choose two of the following: CL-M02 Greek and Latin Epigraphy [20 cr] CL-M05 Souls, Selves and Death. The Construction of Death in the Ancient World [20 cr] CL-M19 Being Greek Under Rome : Greek literature and culture in the Imperial Period [20 cr] CL-M20 The Classical Tradition in the Latin West, from Late Antiquity to the Renaissance [20 cr] CL-M21 The Emergence of Political Consciousness in Classical Greece [20 cr] CL-M25 Comparative Indo-European philology [20 cr] CL-M39 The novel: ancient and modern [20 cr] CL-M41 Coptic I [20 cr] Part 2: Dissertation CL-M09 - Dissertation (Ancient History and Classical Culture) [60 cr] FUNDING: UKEU Students: We have a number of University scholarships available to the value of ?2,700 and additional Arts and Humanities scholarships to the value of ?1,750. For more information: http:www.swansea.ac.ukartsandhumanitiesNewsCentreLatestNewsandEventsHeadline,44393,en.php International Students: For details of scholarships for international students visit: http:www.swan.ac.ukscholarshipsInternational LEARNING RESOURCES: Swansea University has excellent resources to enhance and deepen the learning experience of those who wish to study Classics. Swansea has the largest grouping of Classicists in Wales who are internationally acknowledged for research strength in ancient narrative. Library holdings are exceptionally strong in this area, offering a wide selection of books, articles and journals. There is a postgraduate facility available to all students in the School of Humanities. ABOUT SWANSEA: Swansea is many destinations rolled into one. The maritime City of Swansea, the Victorian seaside resort of Mumbles, the Gower Peninsula and the Waterfalls Country combine into a breathtaking mix of spectacular contrasts. Heritage attractions include the Swansea Museum, the National Waterfront Museum and the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery.

Why not come and see Swansea for yourself? We have three Postgraduate Open Days each year (Autumn, Spring and Summer) which will give you the chance to find out more about our courses and funding, meet staff and students, and tour our outstanding seafront campus. See http:www.swansea.ac.ukpostgraduateopendays for dates and booking information...

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Entry Requirements

The typical entry requirement is a first degree in Classics, Classical Civilisation or a related background in Arts and Humanities, normally an upper second or above, or equivalent. Overseas students are expected to possess an IELTS score of 6.5.

The typical entry requirement is a first degree in Classics, Classical Civilisation or a related background in Arts and Humanities, normally an upper second or above, or equivalent. Overseas students are expected to possess an IELTS score of 6.5.

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