DPhil in Classical Languages and Literature

Both in Classical languages and literature, and in ancient history, the DPhil programme is a research degree intended to make it possible for the successful candidate to aspire to a career in research and teaching at university level anywhere in the world where the Classical subjects are studied.

The DPhil takes the form of the composition of a substantial dissertation, of up to 100,000 words, based on new research on a subject of your choice. You will be appointed a supervisor or supervisors with relevant expertise, who will support you throughout your doctoral work, beginning with the formulation of the topic and ending with the final examination. 

For further details of the DPhil programme, as well as entry requirements and application procedures, please see the Graduate Admissions website.

See also:

DPhil Handbook

DPhil Admissions Criteria

FAQs for Language and Literature

General FAQs