University of East London Featured Masters Courses
University of Bradford Featured Masters Courses
Open University Featured Masters Courses

History and Archaeology of the Greek and Roman Worlds - MA

University of Kent Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies

Full time & Part time September MA 1 Year Full Time / 2 Years Part Time

About the course

Study ancient Greece and Rome through a distinctive new programme that combines archaeology, ancient history, and classics but allows you the flexibility to choose your own unique pathway. You will acquire a firm grounding in wider spheres of evidence, such as archaeological theory, epigraphy, or numismatics.


This programme is geared towards training you in becoming independent in your study of the ancient world, while at the same time offering great flexibility by allowing you to shape the focus of your studies of the ancient world. Through a variety of optional modules you can either study both the Greek and the Roman worlds or have the opportunity to specialise in one.

Read more about this course

Entry Requirements

A first or upper-second class honours degree in ancient history, ancient history and archaeology, classical studies, classical and archaeological studies or another relevant subject (or the equivalent).

The University will consider applications from students offering a wide range of qualifications. Some typical requirements are listed below. Students offering alternative qualifications should contact us for further advice.

If you are an international student, visit our International Student website for further information about entry requirements for your country, including details of the International Foundation Programmes.


The 2021/22 annual tuition fees for this programme are:

Home full-time : £8100

EU full-time: £12600

International full-time: £16800

Home part-time: £4050

EU part-time: £6300

International part-time: £8400

 Course Content

Search Suggestions

Based on your current searches we recommend the following search filters