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Study Day: Get more out of your GCSEs

Expand your knowledge of your Classical Civilisation or Ancient History GCSE subjects.
When Jan 18, 2020
from 10:30 AM to 04:30 PM
Where Faculty of Classics
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Join experts who teach and study the ancient world at the University of Cambridge for an inspiring day of talks, tours, and taster sessions which will help you get more out of your Classical Civilisation or Ancient History GCSE.

The talks and workshops are tailor-made for your GCSE syllabus and will help you to understand your topics in greater depth and to see how what you study fits into the big picture of the ancient world. You can pick which workshops you want to attend from the list below. Within each workshop there will be specific questions tailored to the particular options that you are studying for GCSE. The final programme for 2020 will be released soon.

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