Life in the department
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Clubs and societies
Personal tutors offer you both academic and pastoral support. They can give advice on taking an unusual module, changing course, writing references, study problems and extenuating circumstances.
Lectures - what to expect
Lectures are engaging due to the diverse range of material covered each week, and most can vary between one and two hours in length.
Seminars are usually smaller than lectures, having roughly 10-15 students, and sheets/ bibliographies are given in advance in order to prepare. Seminars usually comprise of case studies, providing an in-depth view to a topic covered in lectures.
Tom Sinden offers an insight into the 'Democracy and Imperialism' module offered by the Classics department.
Learning Latin or Greek is compulsory for first years on all courses. There are different modules to suit all levels – including beginner modules for those who have not studied an ancient language before. How Ancient Languages are taught at Warwick.
How the Classics Department link with Monash University in Australia.
How to make the most of the books, online resources and study spaces available at the Library.
The Language Centre teach language modules as part of your degree or via the Lifelong Language Learning programme.
Develop your skills
Student Careers and Skills provide courses, advice and resources to help you develop your academic and professional skills – to help you in your degree and to enhance your future employability. Check out the Warwick Careers Blog and Classics alumni profiles, and follow Warwick Careers on Twitter.