Department of Classics and Archaeology
   
   
  

Your open day - 13 or 14 September

Discover why Nottingham is a great place to study and work.

  • Chat with academics about the courses you're interested in.
  • Meet current students.
  • Tour our campus, accommodation, and award-winning facilities.

Book your open day

Below is a list of activities and links for the June open days. Times and locations may changes slightly for September. Check back here closer to the date or see the programme or MyNottingham app.

 

Key subject-specific activities

Ancient History, Classical Civilisation, and Classics
Key Ancient History, Classical Civilisation, and Classics activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Academic staff and students will be available to discuss our courses and answer your questions 10.00am-4.00pm A01, Humanities
Talk Studying Latin and Greek (Classics) at Nottingham 11.00-11.45am A39, Sir Clive Granger Building
Talk Studying ancient history and classical civilisation at Nottingham 12.00-12.45pm A40, Sir Clive Granger Building
Taster session Studying the Ancient World 1.00-1.30pm A03, Humanities
 
Archaeology
Key Archaeology activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Academic staff and students will be available to discuss our courses and answer your questions 10.00am-4.00pm A01, Humanities
Talk What is archaeology and why should you study it? 10.30-11.15am A03, Humanities
Guided tour Be shown around the Archaeology Lab and find out what staff and students have been researching 11.15-11.45am or 1.30-2.00pm Archaeology Laboratories, Humanities
Taster session Studying the Ancient World 1.00-1.30pm A03, Humanities
 

University-wide activities

Access information on everything from accommodation tours to welfare services to campaign and social groups.

Website

PDF programme

MyNottingham app

 

Would you like to combine classics or archaeology with another subject?

  • Check out our range of joint honours programmes
  • Come to one of our Open Day "Why choose joint honours?" talks:
    • 10-10.30am B46, Trent Building
    • 1.45-2.15pm B46, Trent Building
 
Jack-Baldwin
Discovering Greek mythology as a child, and experiencing the magic of classics, inspired further study at university. The diverse selection of modules in the department allows a highly individual pathway through your degree, so you can choose the areas that most intrigue you. 
Jack Baldwin, BA Ancient History

Department of Classics and Archaeology

University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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