Dept of Greek & Latin (F13)
Situated in the heart of London, the Department offers an unrivalled range of resources for the study of, and engagement with, the ancient world. It is a central part of our mission to foster interest in our discipline across the community: we are proud to offer a rich programme of events each year for academics, teachers, students at schools and colleges, and the public.
FOR ALL QUERIES PLEASE USE THE CONTACT TABS FOUND IN EACH OF THE INDIVIDUAL COURSES/CONFERENCES AND PRODUCTS, PLEASE ONLY CONTACT THE ONLINE STORE DIRECTLY IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING PAYMENT DIFFICULTIES.
Life Learning is a chance for you to follow one or two of our modules without enrolling fully as a student.
The Department of Greek and Latin at UCL has an unrivalled range of modules, some taught in the original languages, some taught in translation. Most of these modules are available outside our degree programmes for those wishing to study for personal development or intellectual pleasure. The Department regularly admits Life Learning students, provided that they have the appropriate pre-requisite for the module(s) in which they are interested. (We also have to make sure that there is space on particular modules for existing students within the Department, but this does not usually present problems.) LL students come from a wide variety of backgrounds: retired people, mature students wishing to prepare for full-time education in the future, general enthusiasts, former students from the Department who wish to keep their experience of the Classical World alive, and teachers wishing to broaden their repertoire have all applied to us in the past
Modules run by the Department are scheduled at fixed times, which cannot be changed. Classes are timetabled between 9am and 6pm.
To complete the registration process, each student will have to report to the Department of Greek and Latin once the payment has been made.