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From the Chair of the Classics Faculty

 

Welcome to the Alumni page of the website! The Faculty is very proud of its Alumni community and very grateful for the work they do as ambassadors for Cambridge Classics in the wider world. To learn more about some of our alumni please click here.

If you would like to help current and prospective students by contributing a video about career opportunities after studying classics please do email us on alumni@classics.cam.ac.uk

Classics at Cambridge continues to flourish: we were ranked the top department of Classics in the UK in the national Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 and have been awarded first place in The Guardian's league table of Classics courses every year from 2011. A good way to get a sense of the extraordinary range of activities going on in the Faculty building is by a glance at recent issues of the Faculty’s annual Newsletter: please click here to access the Newsletters.

All Alumni and well-wishers are very welcome to visit the Faculty and the Museum of Classical Archaeology.

If you would like to get in touch with us please email: alumni@classics.cam.ac.uk and to find out more about supporting the Faculty, please click here

Thank you. 
Richard Hunter, Chair of the Faculty of Classics 

Richard Hunter

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