Classics and Art Conservation students restore a 5th Century Athenian loutrophoros.
Graduate students studying Classics at Queen's become part of our legacy of being one of the first departments in the University's long and rich history; Classics at Queen's has been in existence since 1842.
We invite you to share in our tradition of over 170 continuous years of instruction in Greek and Latin, and to deepen your passion for the ancient world. Because our graduate program is small, we are able to provide our students with individual attention and support. As a result, our students consistently win both internal and external awards and fellowships. Our faculty members have expertise in Greek and Roman archaeology, history, language and literature, so your research opportunities are vast and varied. You will also have opportunities to get hands-on archaeological experience by taking part in faculty-supervised digs around the Mediterranean world.