The Faculty Handbook
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The Handbook is designed in the first instance for undergraduates reading Classics, but will hopefully be useful also for prospective applicants, graduate students, and the staff of the Faculty and the Colleges.
This Handbook is also for you if you are an undergraduate in the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages taking papers in Greek or Latin. You will find a separate section dedicated to yourselves with cross-references to other sections of relevance to you.
These handbooks contain some important information to get you started on your degree, and about formal requirements. For more general information on the Faculty and how it works, please see the introductory sections of the Undergraduate Handbook (above).
You can also download the Unofficial Graduate Handbook, which will give you the student perspective on the graduate courses. Comments about the Unofficial Graduate Handbook should be sent to the Graduate Representative on Faculty Board, currently Claire Jackson (Michaelmas Term) and Matthew Scarborough (Lent and Easter terms): firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about becoming the Graduate Representative see the SSJC pages.