This section will give you information and guidance on a range of aspects of life in the department. There is information available on study skills, reports of the staff-student liaison committee, guidelines on marking, assessment and regulations, downloadable documents such as essay cover sheets, coursework extension requests, and so forth.
We endeavour to keep this site up to date, but some things do change every year; if you are in any doubt about something, please check in your student handbook (pdf, 828.1Kb) and/or your copy of the Faculty handbook, or consult your tutor.
View the Teaching Block 1 deadlines (pdf 115KB).
View the Teaching Block 2 deadlines (pdf 114KB).
Download the guidance for online submission of essays beginning in 2012 (pdf 262 KB).
Find careers advice for Classics and Ancient History students and graduates.
Read all about the Undergraduate conference and research fund.
A student-run society that is open to anyone and aims to enhance the Bristol experience by organising events and trips that allow members to share and develop their enthusiasm for all things classical.
University of Bristol Classics and Ancient History Society website.
In 2012-2013 CART is running lunchtime talks for undergraduates on Monday afternoon. For the schedule, click here.
We have had a number of representations about the high level of demand for study spaces at the moment, and especially with respect to the Arts and Social Sciences Library. We are expecting a communication to be issued very soon by the Library, which will have important information for you on study space availability across the university, but additionally our two Schools have agreed to open up for your use teaching rooms on the spine of Woodland Road for the following six weekends. You can access the Faculty from the entrance at 3/5; the hours for opening (both Saturday and Sunday) will be 0900-1800. The porter on duty is Mr Paul Hardiman, a trained Emergency First Aider. We do hope that this facility will be useful for you and please do feed back to us any further points you want to raise about study space availability..
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