If you are considering applying to Cambridge, visit our Virtual University Open Days.
The Faculty of Classics is participating in the University Open Days on Thursday 17 and Friday 18 September 2020. Prospective students can join us online for live Q&As with our Access and Outreach Leader, Admissions Tutors, and current students. You can check out virtual tours of the Faculty and Museum of Classical Archaeology, as well as pre-recorded lectures and admissions talks. Don’t miss out on the chance to see images, 360 photos, and videos which can help answer your questions and give you a flavour of what it might be like to live and study Classics at Cambridge University. This event is open to all.
Students who attend state-maintained schools and study Classical Civilisation and/or Ancient History GCSE can sign up for our VIRTUAL STUDY DAY on Wednesday 16th September!
Find out more about studying Classics, the course at Cambridge, and the application process with Qasim Alli (Access and Outreach Leader)
Discover the ancient and modern stories of Greek and Roman statues with Professor Caroline Vout.
Explore Cambridge University virtually, with 360 photographs, video content, and student perspectives from around the university!
Live Q&As (Zoom)
Join students and staff from the Cambridge Classics department for live Q&As at 2pm on Thursday 17th and Friday 18th September.
Zoom Room 1: General Q&A (Dr Frisbee Sheffield, Qasim Alli, and Student Volunteers)
Zoom Room 2: General Q&A (Professor Carrie Vout and Student Volunteers)
Zoom Room 3: Learning Languages from Scratch (Dr Rosanna Omitowoju and Student Volunteers)
NB Please note that these sessions may be recorded.
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