Interested in studying Ancient History? Join Dr Andrew Bayliss Senior Lecturer in Greek History and Philosophy student Libby to hear all about the course, the campus, and the opportunities available to you at the University of Birmingham.
00:22 Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology
01:14 Why archaeology and ancient history?
03:04 Ancient cultures you can study at Birmingham
03:50 A small case study: Sparta
14:16 How you are taught
15:17 Year One
16:39 Year Two
17:16 Final Year
18:01 Study Tour
18:36 Practical classes and field schools
18:56 Year Abroad
20:23 Skills you will develop
20:47 When you graduate
21:17 Entry requirements
21:50 Interview with Ancient History student Libby about the course and student life in Birmingham
The Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology at the University of Birmingham is a world-leading centre of excellence for both teaching and research. From Byzantium to barbarians, Athenian drama to prehistorical archaeology, the first cities to the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, you can study a wide range of periods, countries and cultures to suit your interests. The skills you gain will help to make you a much sought-after graduate.
Undergraduate Ancient History courses available at the University of Birmingham:
Archaeology and Ancient History
Archaeology & Ancient History and History