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Classical Civilisation at Island Innovation VI Form Campus

Course description

This is an increasingly popular A level

which offers students the opportunity to

study Ancient Greece and Rome, from

the Mycenaean and Minoan periods to

the later Roman Empire. This is a wide

ranging course with elements of art,

architecture, archaeology, ancient history,

classical literature, drama and poetry.

Course content

AS units include: Archaeology - the

Mycenaean and Classical World, and

Britain in the Roman Empire.

 

A2 units include: Roman History - the

use and abuse of power, The invention

of Imperial Rome 31 BC - AD 96, Greek

History - conflict and culture, and The

culture of Athens 449 - 399 BC.

Entry requirements

5 A* - C at GCSE

Future opportunities

There are many Classics and Classical

Civilisation courses available at university

or the qualification could support study in

Archaeology, history, literature or a wide

range of other courses such as History of

Art, Architecture, Politics and Philosophy.

The skills gained from studying this A

level will be highly regarded in all areas

of higher education and also attractive to

prospective employers.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Island Innovation VI Form Campus directly.

Last updated date: 20 May 2014
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