Discover more about English, Classics and Ancient History and Modern Languages at Warwick.
Join us at our information evening to find out more about studying English, Modern Languages or Classics and Ancient History at Warwick. In the session you'll hear from our academic staff and current students about Warwick, the departments, our range of courses and much more. You may be interested in studying more than one subject so we'll also tell you about the opportunity to study a joint degree course with two of our departments.
There will be staff and students attending from all three departments so you can discuss your specific interests and ask any questions you may have.
English and Comparative Literary Studies
If you are passionate about reading and writing and would love to develop these interests, then an English course at Warwick may be perfect for you.
Our English degree leads the field in its commitment to both tradition and innovation in literatures from across the world; our English and Creative Writing course boasts an acclaimed list of writers; while our new English and History degree invites you to think about, question, and blur the line between history and literature.
Classics and Ancient History
Classics and Ancient History is as much about the present as the past. It’s a subject that continues to resonate today, helping us to understand modern challenges, 2,500 years after its protagonists built their lives in the ancient Mediterranean. If you share our curiosity as to why Classics remains so alive, we’re eager to meet you at Warwick.
The close-knit nature of Warwick’s Classics department is ideal for allowing our award-winning academics keep an eye on your observations, opinions and developing interests. You’ll work closely with academics while carving your own path through the varied disciplines we study - from literature and history, to philosophy and art.
At the event, you'll learn about our Classical Civilisation degree, our Ancient History and Classical Archaeology degree, our Classics degree and our Classics and English degree.
The School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Our School of Modern Languages and Cultures will open your eyes to new and exciting dimensions of other cultures. As well as enabling you to master your chosen language(s), we’ll help you to understand in depth the history, politics and literature that have helped shape those languages and the places in which they are spoken throughout the world.
With four excellent academic departments - French, German, Italian and Hispanic Studies - and an outstanding Language Centre, you can tailor your studies to suit you.
You might want to take up a new language alongside one or two you’re already learning, or combine a language with other academic subjects. At the event, we'll explain more about the courses available.
Dates and Times: 5.00pm - 7.00pm, Tuesday 12 November 2019
Light refreshments will be provided. Students, teachers and parents most welcome.