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- Classics at Warwick
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Professor Michael Scott's new BBC2 series Ancient Invisible Cities, focusing on the cities of Cairo, Athens and Istanbul, starts on Friday 7th September 9pm (Cairo), continuing on Friday 14th September (Athens) and Friday 21st September (Istanbul). In the programmes Michael abseils, climbs, and dives to reach incredible hidden ancient structures (some of which have never been filmed before), and works with a laser scanning team bring these ancient worlds to life in virtual reality.
Michael Scott on Why Study Classics at Warwick
" You get to understand a world that has fundamentally influenced our own, so when you study Classics you don't just study the past, you actually also study our own world as it is around us right now."
Find out more reasons to study Classics
Funding Opportunities for Masters Courses in Classics
Classics Department Fee Awards: Deadline Friday 10th March 2017. Home/EU fees awards for Research and Taught Masters courses.
Warwick University Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme: Deadline Thursday 30th March 2016, 4pm. £5000 awards to eligible Home/EU students from under-represented groups.
Government Loan Scheme. Loans of up to £10,000 for Taught or Research Masters Courses.
Making Classics Matter
The Department of Classics is passionately committed to encouraging as wide an audience as possible to engage with the study of the Classical world. In addition to our video and audio podcasts, we run a series of engagement, outreach and widening participation activities, including our annual drama festival.
Ranked 6th in the UK by the The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.
The Classics Department at Warwick is one of the best in the UK. Our international reputation rests on our innovative and intensive teaching, and on research which continues to open up new aspects of Greco-Roman antiquity and its importance in later history. Find out more about us.