Classical Studies

Arts and Humanities

General information

  • 240 ECTS
  • 4 years
  • Philological research on lenguages, literature, modern and classic cultures in themselves or in relation to others around the globe
  • Secondary and higher education, both in public and private centres
  • Colaborators and assessors in international projects involving European culture, history and society: migration, linguistic diversity, multiculturalism, and the shaping of Europe
  • Colaborators and assessors in the process of establishing gender equality policies
  • Specialist translations of Latin and Greek texts from all fields of knowledge
  • Producing tourist information and cultural materials within Tourism
  • Colaborators and linguistic, literary and cultural consultants in the field of communications
  • Editing and literary critisism using new media: digital media and apps in the world of culture
  • Research into Western political models compared against the classical world
  • Research support in the branches of Science, Social and Legal Sciences, Health Sciences, Engineering and Architecture, and Arts and Humanities relating to the historical, theoretical, and linguistic foundations of the classic world
  • Specialised training in public institutions and in companies
  • Qualified publishing professionals
  • Applied linguistics specialising in new language technologies and communications
  • Research in Theoretical Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
  • Specialist advice in the framework of documentation libraries, archive libraries and lending libraries
    General Skills
    • A working knowledge and understanding of the most relevant research, concepts and methods in the different branches of Classical Studies
    • A command of the Greek and Latin languages that allows students to read texts comprehensively
    • A working knowledge of Greek and Latin literature and their socio-historical and cultural context
    • The ability to apply the theoretical and practical knowledge acquired in the different activities to academic and professional contexts
    • The ability to communicate and disseminate the knowledge, methods and results of Classical Studies both orally and in written form

    Specific Skills
    • Ability to assimilate the typical structure of the Latin and Greek languages and the pertinent intellectual process
    • The ability to apply these intellectual processes to analysing and solving problems in other spheres or disciplines
    • The critical ability to discern similarities and differences between classical culture and our own culture
    • The ability to understand how ancient culture has been transmitted to the western world
    • The ability to integrate the different aspects of Classical Studies and connect them with aspects of other areas and disciplines
    • The ability to find, assess and use relevant information for Classical Studies, irrespective of its source and format
    • The ability to identify problems and research topics or to further knowledge in the characteristic subjects of Classical Studies
    • The acquisition of professional experience related to the Classical Studies degree

Although we do not ask students wishing to undertake the degree in Classical Studies to hold any specific prior qualification, we would remind applicants that it is aimed at individuals who are interested in the classical Graeco-Roman world and, in particular, at those who are interested in languages, cultural diversity, have good verbal and written skills and who are capable of logical reasoning and critical thought
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