Your online application must be submitted to UCAS by 6 pm (UK time) on 15 October. You can express a preference for a particular college or submit an open application. If you make an open application, you will be assigned to a college which has had relatively fewer applications for your course in the current admissions round. Tutors do not distinguish in any way between those candidates who have chosen a college and those who have submitted an open application. We try to make sure that the deserving candidates find a place. Do not agonise over which colleges are going to have big entries and which small - this is unpredictable from year to year.
Colleges offering Classics courses
For up-to-date information on which colleges admit students to our courses, please consult the Undergraduate Admissions website.
The Faculty has published its criteria for admissions:
Admissions criteria for Classics and Classics with joint schools
Admissions criteria for Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
Suggestions for Personal Statements
We made this video to help you think about what to include in your personal statement.https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ixpv2EZkSRI
What should I read?
Tips and advice on reading around the subject for prospective applicants.