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Oxford and Cambridge Classics Open Day - 15 March 2019

last modified Mar 18, 2019 11:53 AM
Register for the annual Oxford and Cambridge Open Day now.

Oxford and Cambridge Classics Open Day, Friday 15th March 2019, Oxford

Register: https://event-reg.classics.ox.ac.uk/

This open day is aimed at all students (UK and abroad) interested in pursuing a Classics degree. They offer the chance to find out more about Classical subjects in general, but also the specific degree programmes offered by Oxford and Cambridge in particular.

Both individuals and school groups are welcome.

Find out more about applying to study Classics at Oxford and Cambridge, with course presentations, taster lectures, and opportunities to ask questions to current students and academics.

During the day we run a programme of events, including an introductory session in the Sheldonian Theatre, college and museum tours, taster lectures, stalls covering various courses and application questions, and a teacher’s forum. The aim of the day is to help young people make informed decisions about their university choices, encourage them to consider Classics as an exciting and worthwhile option, and to help them develop their interest and understanding of the ancient world. More details will be available at https://classics.web.ox.ac.uk/open-days

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