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Classics and Ancient History

Ancient Visual and Material Culture (P-V301)
The department will cover travel costs for museum trips up to £50 per head but students are required to meet any additional costs. Printing costs: £40 (essays + dissertation)


Ancient Visual and Material Culture (P-V301P)
The department will cover travel costs for museum trips up to £50 per head but students are required to meet any additional costs. Printing costs: £40 (essays + dissertation)


Visual and Material Culture of Ancient Rome (P-V302)
The department will cover travel costs for museum trips up to £50 per head but students are required to meet any additional costs. Printing costs: £40 (essays + dissertation). The course fees for the BSR City of Rome module are paid by Warwick via fee transfer system. However, you are responsible for paying for your own travel to Rome and for accommodation expenses. Accommodation is provided by the British School at Rome (cost in 2018 is 2,200 Euros) in a shared room for the 8-week course, including most meals.


Visual and Material Culture of Ancient Rome (P-V302P)
The department will cover travel costs for museum trips up to £50 per head but students are required to meet any additional costs. Printing costs: £40 (essays + dissertation). The course fees for the BSR City of Rome module are paid by Warwick via fee transfer system. However, you are responsible for paying for your own travel to Rome and for accommodation expenses. Accommodation is provided by the British School at Rome (cost in 2018 is 2,200 Euros) in a shared room for the 8-week course, including most meals.


Visual and Material Culture of Ancient Greece (P-V303)
The department will cover travel costs for museum trips up to £50 per head but students are required to meet any additional costs. Printing costs: £40 (essays + dissertation).


The course fees for the BSA module are paid by Warwick via fee transfer system. The costs vary by course, and usually include BSA accommodation and B&B. You will need to meet the costs of travel to Greece and of health insurance yourself. Example costs for the two-week Ceramic Petrology Course at the Fitch Laboratory for 2017: course fee of ₤900 (for shared accommodation in double rooms) or ₤1100 (for single accommodation) included tuition, B&B accommodation for 13 days, fieldtrip expenses, all teaching materials, BSA membership for a month including 24 hour access to the superb library and entry to archaeological sites and museums in Greece, plus daily coffee and biscuits, packed lunch for the fieldtrip and a welcome and a farewell meal. Self-catering accommodation (including breakfast) was provided at the BSA