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Open days

Coming to an Open Day will enable you to get the feel of the campus, meet staff and current students, as well as learn more about our degrees.

If you're thinking of applying, we encourage you attend a University Open Day or Campus Tour. If you receive an offer from us, we will invite you to attend a Offer Holder Open Day.

Offer Holder Open days

If you receive an offer of a place, we will invite you to attend one of the Offer Holder Open Days. During the day, you will receive a talk about Warwick Classics, an overview of fees, funding and our careers service, a guided tour of the campus and student accommodation, and a taster lecture or seminar (from a choice of three), along with the opportunity to meet with members of staff individually.

Our Departmental Open Days this year will take place on the 7th of February, the 28th of February and the 14th of March 2018. This is the programme of the three days:

Offer-Holder Open Day Programme

9.30-12.30 am: Optional University Talk on Finance and Accommodation. (Venue: Butterworth Hall, Arts Centre; For those who have signed up in advance.) Warwick Campus Tours organised by the University

12.30-13.10: Meet staff and students over sandwich lunch (provided) and find out more about your degree of choice. (Venue: Oculus Building OC1.05)

13.10-14.00: Welcome and introductions. Why Classics at Warwick? Some of our modules in more depth.(Venue: Oculus Building OC1.05)

14.05-14.55: Taster lectures: choice between three lectures and one handling session.

'Interacting with cultural heritage: ancient and modern perspectives', with Dr Abigail Graham (Oculus Building OC1.02)

‘Seeing the invisible: Where are the Furies in Aeschylus’ Oresteia?’; with Dr Emmanuela Bakola, (Oculus Building OC1.03)

‘Misquoting the classics: Seneca, Virgil and 9/11'; with Dr Victoria Rimell (Oculus Building OC1.01)

‘The Amazing Emperor Elagabalus’; with Dr Clare Rowan (Oculus Building OC1.09)

Q&A session for parents with Head of Department Professor Alison Cooley (Oculus Building OC0.01)

15.00-15.30: The student view. Current Classics and Ancient History students talk about their experience at Warwick. (Venue: Oculus Building OC0.03)

15.30-16.00: Careers as Warwick Classics graduates. Final questions and farewell. (Venue: Oculus Building OC0.03).

If you are an offer holder and you could not make it to any of these open days, it may still be possible to arrange a visit to the department, for a one-to-one session with a member of staff. If you wish to explore this possibility, please e-mail Dr Emmanuela Bakola at E.Bakola@warwick.ac.uk.

More information about on-campus accommodation (traditionally where first year students live) is available on the Student Accommodation pages.

If you have any questions or if you missed an Open Day and would like more information about the department, contact Dr Emmanuela Bakola (E.Bakola@warwick.ac.uk).

Information is also available via our Open day presentation, brochure, and staff prospectus).

University Open days

The University Open days of 2017 have been scheduled for the following dates:

Friday, 23rd June 2017
Saturday, 24th June 2017
Saturday, 23rd September 2017
Saturday, 21rd October 2017

The programme is the following:

• Session 1a - 'Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology at Warwick: 11:45-12:45 – H0.52, Humanities Building
• Session 1b - 'Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology at Warwick: 13:15-14:15 - H0.52, Humanities Building
• Session 2 - 'Studying Classical Literature at Warwick (Q800/QQ36): 14:45-15:45 - H0.52, Humanities Building**
** For the QQ36 degree, you may also drop into the session organised by the English department, on the 23rd of September and the 21st of October 2017, at 12 noon, in H058. (No booking required, but please note the clash with our own session which starts at 11.45 on the same dates.)



 

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