UCL Ancient World 2015 Summer School - Greek & LatinWatch
This Summer School is designed to give you a taste of the range of subjects connected with the cultures and civilisations of the ancient Mediterranean that you can study at UCL. We will look at the similarities and differences between the Greeks, Romans, and the cultures of ancient Egypt and the Near East. There will be museum visits including a guided walk through the Greek and Roman collections of the British Museum, along with other activities designed to broaden your understanding of the ancient world and its continuing influence on the contemporary world.
What are the benefits of taking part in a UCL Summer School?
Taking part in one of our UCL Summer Schools is a impressive achievement to include on your UCAS personal statement. As a Summer School participant, you will develop your independent research, critical thinking, public speaking and academic writing skills - all essential for university. You will also gain a detailed insight into the UCL student experience and the range of degree programmes on offer.
Furthermore, Summer School participants who complete the programme will have the chance to apply for a space on our personal statements clinic in Autumn of Year 13.
When and where?
The Greek and Latin Summer School will take place from the 29th of June to the 2nd of July on UCL's campus in Bloomsbury.
How do I apply?
To find out more about the UCL Summer Schools and how to apply, please visit:
The deadline to apply is the 8th of May 2015.
Before making your application, please take into account the entry requirements and eligibility criteria for the Summer School programme.