Ancient Greek Study Options
This page acts as a portal for Ancient Greek study options at the University of Kent. On it you will find information about current courses which are available across the University.
One area of the University currently specialises in the provision of Ancient Greek study opportunities; this is the School of European Culture & Languages (Dept of Classical and Archaeological Studies).
The table below will help you to see which learning opportunities are available and how you can find further details that you may need.
|Course||Further information/link||Departmental website||Contact email|
|Ancient Greek for Beginners 1 CL359||Module Catalogue||Classical and Archaeological Studies||Email Dept|
|Ancient Greek for Beginners 2 CL360||Module Catalogue||Classical and Archaeological Studies||Email Dept|
Why Choose Ancient Greek?
If you have an interest in classics or Ancient Greek literature then it could be very beneficial to read such texts in the original language. Many important nuances and details are lost in translation! Another good reason to study Ancient Greek is the power of vocabulary building and enhanced grammar in English. Although you may not realise it, Ancient Greek is the basis for many English words, ranging from alpha to 'zodiac'. More than half of all English vocabulary items and 90% of our store of scientific terminology stems from either Ancient Greek or Latin. If you are working towards a career in law or the sciences you are likely to find Ancient Greek helpful for many of the words you will need to master.
What should I do next?
Click on the links for the courses that you are interested in and use the information on the relevant departmental homepage to help find the details you are looking for.
How do I get more information?
You may be able to apply online,but f you need more specific details use the contact email address which appears next to your preferred course and email the department directly.
I still can't find the information I'm looking for. What should I do?
Please contact Classical and Archaeological Studies (+44) 01227 827528.