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London Summer School in Classics

Tuesday 9 to Thursday 18 July 2019

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The Summer School offers eight days of intensive teaching in Greek or Latin. We will also be offering Beginners’ classes in Coptic, New Testament/Koine Greek, and Beginners and Intermediate Biblical Hebrew, subject to demand.

  • Please note you may only study one language at the Summer School.
  • For general enquiries please email the Classics Summer School. NB: there is no phone number linked to the Summer School. Please use the email provided.
  • The course is not residential, and there is no teaching during the weekend.
  • There are four language classes each day, as well as lectures and epigraphy workshops, between 10:30 and 16:30.

Greek and Latin We offer Ancient Greek and Latin language courses at all levels.

New Testament/Koine Greek, Coptic, Sanskrit, and Biblical Hebrew We offer courses for Beginners in New Testament/Koine Greek, Coptic and Sanskrit, and Beginners and Intermediate Biblical Hebrew (all subject to sufficient demand).

Programme The provisional programme of events is now available to download

Cost The cost of the summer school is £150.The fee covers tuition, but not accommodation or travel expenses.

Accommodation The Summer School is non-residential.  However, students who require somewhere to stay can (subject to availability) arrange accommodation in a University of London Hall of Residence.  Details of prices, availability and information on how to book can be found at the University of London Accomodation webpage.

Travel Grants and Bursaries A limited number of grants may be available as a contribution to the travel costs of some students, though these may not cover all expenses. The travel grants will be arranged during the Summer School.

How to find us University College London's Bloomsbury campus is located close to Euston station, and a short walk from Kings Cross/St Pancras. A map of the campus and information on individual venues can be found at the UCL maps site.

We are well served by public transport. Information on local bus and tube services can be found here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps/public-transport/

The School is organised by

  • University College London
  • King's College London

Regulatory Framework
The UCL regulatory framework for life learning applies to this Summer School.