MA in Ancient History with a Term in Rome
Focusing on Rome and the cities of the Roman Empire, Kent’s exciting new taught MA programmes in Ancient History allows you to spend your academic year in two great locations: Canterbury and Rome. You study the monuments and artefacts of ancient Rome at first hand, visiting relevant sites and museums, with options to study site conservation and museum presentation as well as the history of the city.
This unique MA is designed for students who wish to adopt a twin-tracked approach to the past by using both historical sources and archaeological evidence. The focus of the MA is on research training in preparation for further study for a PhD or for a career outside academia that require research skills. A key focus of the programme is on the cities of the Roman Empire, including the capital – Rome. There is also the possibility of specialising in the study of Age, Gender and Ethnicity, as well as taking modules in the wider history and archaeology of the Roman period.
The MA in Ancient History with a Term in Rome has a focus on research training that will place students in a strong position for further study for a PhD or for careers outside academia that require research skills. The programme provides a full study of the use of a variety of types of evidence that is underpinned by a core module focused on interpretation. A key focus of the MA is on the cities of the Roman Empire, especially the capital, Rome. A term is spent in Rome, in which you study the monuments and artefacts of the ancient city at first hand, visiting relevant sites and museums, with options to study site conservation and museum presentation as well as the history of Rome. University of Kent staff are present for part of the spring term in Rome to ensure continuity of academic guidance and pastoral support.
A first or upper second class honours degree in Ancient History and Archaeology, Ancient History, Classical and Archaeological Studies or another relevant subject (or the equivalent). Please also check our general entry requirements (including English language requirements).
Last updated August 31, 2015