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Classical Civilisation A Level at Strode's College

Course description

In Classical Civilisation, you develop your critical and evaluative skills by analysing evidence of different kinds from the material studied about the worlds of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. You learn about the differences and similarities between the Classical world and later times and thus gain sensitivity to past societies whose spiritual, cultural and moral values and priorities contrast with those of the modern western world.

Course content

This is an ideal course to learn about important historical figures from Greece and Rome. Analyse a range of texts about life in Athens and Rome. Investigate and explore the political, social and religious systems of the time.

Entry requirements

General entry requirements for a Level 3 Pathway.Grade C in English Language GCSE or equivalent

Assessment

100% Examination

Financial information

Trips and visits to museums

Future opportunities

Qualifications in Classical Civilisation provide a good starting point for university courses and careers in Politics, Law, Business, History, Archaeology, the Civil Service, Teaching, Museum work, Journalism and any other career where having studied a humanities subject would be relevant.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Strode's College directly.

Last updated date: 24 August 2016
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