Classics current students
Course enrolment information
Level one classes are all on Thursday 15 September times & places below:
- Latin 1A - 9am in James Watt 355
- Greek 1A - 11am in Murray room (410) 65 Oakfield Avenue
- Classical Civilisation 1A - 3pm in the Humanity Classroom, G255, West Quadrangle
Level two classes have no induction class but first meeting details are below:
- Latin 2A 3pm in Murray room (410) 65 Oakfield Avenue – Monday 19 September
- Greek 2A 10am in Murray room (410) 65 Oakfield Avenue - Tuesday 20 September
- Classical Civilisation 2A 1pm in Rankine 408 - Tuesday 20 September
If you are a current student, you should consult the course documents on Moodle.
If you are thinking of applying to Glasgow for Classics, please consult the information for applicants.
If you are a Glasgow student thinking of taking a course in Classical Civilisation, Greek or Latin, helpful summaries of our level one and level two courses are available in the section on information for applicants. Full course documents are available for level one, level two and for honours on Moodle.
Classics Taught MLitt course document
Degrees by Research
Classics at Glasgow has a thriving research culture with resources that are among the best in the UK outside Oxbridge. Staff research interests cover the full range of the discipline, from Homer to Late Antiquity, from Republican politics to modern reception.
There is a varied seminar programme, with contributions from leading Classicists from throughout the UK and beyond. The meetings take place on Tuesdays at 5 pm. We also welcome visiting speakers through meetings held in the department under the auspices of the Classical Association of Scotland and the Scottish Hellenic Society.
In addition to the more formal sessions, there is an ongoing programme of informal, “hands-on” research events over the course of the academic year.
Postgraduate students play a significant part in the life of the department, and are expected to participate fully in the department's programme of events. All three Scottish departments collaborate on improving the student research experience, with annual workshops and conferences.
In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, 75% of the department's research was rated at international standard or above.