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These pages give information for current students of the University, including the lecture list, the various faculty handbooks, information for MML students who are taking a classical language, advice about further sources of funding including travel awards, information about the Student-Staff Joint Committee, and advice on professional training for graduates, transferable skills, and plagiarism (or how to avoid it).

A range of further information is now stored exclusively on the Faculty Camtools site, where you can find  administrative documents, reading lists, vocab lists, and exam papers.

The register of graduate students is now kept here.

Students may like to look at the website of The Herodoteans, Cambridge's student-run Classics society.

If you are from outside the UK, you can find information for international students in Cambridge here.

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Vacancy - Project Archivist (Mycenae Archive)

Nov 09, 2015

The Faculty wishes to recruit a fixed term Archivist as part of the Mycenae Archive Project from 01 January 2016. Please see the Jobs & Vacancies page for more information

Calais Collection

Nov 09, 2015

Many thanks to all those who donated so generously to the collection for Calais refugees - in just over a week we collected around 40 bags of winter clothing and equipment!

Classics? (Wed 4 November 2015, 6-7.15pm)

Oct 27, 2015

Held at the British Academy and chaired by Professor Oliver Taplin FBA, University of Oxford, this lecture will delve into the study of Classics today, nationally and internationally, now and in the future – from philology to interdisciplinarity, from nostalgia to impact with Professor Mary Beard FBA. Mary Beard is one of Britain’s best-known Classicists: her BBC TV series Meet the Romans aired in 2012, and she writes an engaging and thought-provoking blog, A Don’s Life.

Philip Leverhulme Prize 2015

Oct 20, 2015

The Faculty is delighted to announce the award of a Philip Leverhulme prize to Renaud Gagné, University Reader in Ancient Greek Literature and Religion. Philip Leverhulme Prizes recognise the achievement of outstanding researchers whose work has already attracted international recognition and whose future career is exceptionally promising.Each prize has a value of £100,000. Congratulations Renaud!

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