Ranked 6th in the UK's Classics and Ancient History departments in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 and 7th in the Complete University Guide 2019. Warwick University is ranked 9th in the UK in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 and the Complete University Guide 2019.
High staff to student ratio
Strong staff to student ratio (1:12.6) with many opportunities for one-to-one staff-student interaction.
The close campus university experience means people get to know each other well.
Flexible degrees with a wide choice of modules across Greek and Roman culture and language. You will have the chance to explore connections between the classical world and the civilisations of Europe, the Americas, and the Middle East. Find out more about our Undergraduate study
Our innovative and flexible teaching uses the latest techniques and technologies. Our hands-on learning includes regular trips to museums and classical sites.
Warwick has recently invested £20m in teaching and learning which inlcudes £15m for the first phase of a new teaching and learning Centre.
Ranked 8th in the UK's Classics departments in the most recent Research Excellence Framework. 80% of our research was rated 4* (world-leading) or 3* (internationally excellent). In 2014/15 and 2015/16 we were ranked first among Classics departments in the UK for research income per capita. This means you will be taught by recognised experts at the forefront of their fields.
Diverse research culture
Work with our internationally-diverse staff on joint projects and get involved with research at all levels from undergraduate to PhD.
Our research specialisms include ancient literature and thought, Greek and Roman history, material culture, Greco-Arabic studies, the history of medicine, numismatics (coinage and money), epigraphy (inscriptions), ancient space, global history and the reception of Classical cultures in the Renaissance.
Those on a Study in Europe degree have the opportunity to spend a year abroad in Italy. There are also opportunities to study for a year at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia), to conduct your own research project abroad over the summer, or to participate in a summer school in Greece or Italy.
Warwick is the third most targeted university by the UK's top 100 graduate employers (The Graduate Market in 2018, High Fliers Research Ltd.)
Our Classics students go to jobs in accountancy, consultancy, asset management, high-street fashion, computer games and media as well as continue with further study and research. 82% of our 2015/16 Classics and Ancient History undergraduate students available for employment were in work or further study approximately six months after graduation. (HESA Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey).