The basic requirement for admission is a four-year bachelor degree in Classics with first class or high second class (B+) standing.
Applicants should ideally have balanced strength in Greek and Latin, or substantial experience in one language (3 years or more) and at least basic competence in the other (2 years). Applicants with less than this may be accepted on a preparatory basis and arrangements made for supplementary language courses. These are taken in addition to graduate courses in the first year. When asked to do so in your application for graduate studies in Classics, please indicate your experience in Greek or Latin languages.
Please contact the department if you have any questions about your qualifications in the languages.
The application deadline is February 15th for September admission.
You are encouraged to apply online, but if you would prefer a paper application form, please contact the department.