Ancient Greece Module:
The British School at Athens postgraduate courses run on a different theme (e.g. numismatics, epigraphy, pottery, art) each year. They take place in late Spring/early Summer of the academic year and you must formally apply for a place in the Autumn preceeding it (applications are made via Warwick). Places are allocated according to academic merit (announced in late Autumn/early new year) and cannot be guaranteed. Yet, once the students have accepted a place they are committed to attend the course in Greece. Students also need to ensure they choose the right course on their module choices (see the module code above) from the start. hould you be unsuccessful in gaining a place you would take a second optional module at Warwick and graduate with the Taught MA in Ancient Visual and Material Culture.
The course fees are paid by Warwick via fee transfer system. However, you are responsible for paying for your own travel to/from Greece, and meals etc while there. Some bursaries are available.
For full details see the BSA postgraduate course pages.
The deadline for application tbc