skip to primary navigationskip to content
 

Postgraduate Open Day - Sat 23 Nov

Are you considering an MPhil or PhD in Classics in Cambridge?  If so, come along to our Postgraduate Open Day and discover more about the Faculty of Classics and the courses that we offer. Find out what life is like for a Cambridge postgraduate student, and ask questions of our academics about your research ideas and the funding opportunities available.

On Saturday 23 November 2019 the Faculty of Classics will be hosting its annual Postgraduate Open Day, where prospective students will be able to tour the Faculty, talk to current students, and speak with members of academic staff about our M.Phil and PhD courses.

Book your place on the Open Day here by Monday 18 November. If you are looking at this after the deadline and would like to attend, please , and we’ll see what we can do.

Privacy Notice 

The Faculty uses your personal information to deliver the service you have requested, to keep in touch with you about the the Open Day and to improve our service. We do not share your personal data with any third parties.  We destroy the record of your personal information one calendar year after the date of your visit has passed. For more information about how we handle your personal information and your rights under data protection legislation, please see: http://www.information-compliance.admin.cam.ac.uk/data-protection/general-data.

*    *    *

PLEASE NOTE: The Cambridge University Graduate Open Day on 1 November is a separate event, at which the Faculty will have only a limited presence. If you are only able to attend one, we strongly recommend that you come to the Faculty's Day on 23 November. 

*    *    *

Example 2018 Open Day Programme

TimeTopic
10:30-11:00 Arrival, sign in, coffee
11:00-11:45

Welcome and Introductory Presentation:

Postgraduate Studies in Classics at Cambridge - Dr Caroline Vout, Academic Graduate Secretary

11:45-12:30

Introductions to the different kinds of Classics offered by the Faculty:

Literature - Professor Richard Hunter
Philosophy - Professor James Warren
History - Dr Rebecca Flemming
Archaeology and Art - Dr Caroline Vout
Philology and Linguistics - Dr Rupert Thompson
Interdisciplinary - Professor Robin Osborne

12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30
  • A chance to discuss research plans, and ask questions, with senior academics
  • Tours of: the Faculty, the Library, the Museum of Classical Archaeology
  • Meet with current Postgraduate students
  • Learning Greek and/or Latin as a graduate student

RSS Feed Latest news

Vacancy: Faculty Administrative Assistant

Oct 04, 2019

Details of how to apply for this vacancy are now available online

Myles Burnyeat

Sep 23, 2019

The Faculty is very sorry to have to report the death, aged 80, of Myles Burnyeat, Laurence Professor of Ancient Philosophy from 1984 to 1996, and honorary Fellow of Robinson, on Friday 20th September.

2019 Gifford Lectures

Jun 04, 2019

Professor Beard's Gifford Lectures (University of Edinburgh), on The Ancient World and Us: From Fear and Loathing to Enlightenment and Ethics, are now available on line.

The Runciman Award 2019

May 13, 2019

The Faculty is delighted to announce that Professor Robin Osborne is a recipient of the Runciman Award 2019 for 'The Transformation of Athens' (Princeton University Press).

View all news