• Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial
  • Precio:
    Annual tuition fees for entry in the academic year 2015/16 are as follows:
    UK £9,000
    International £12,500
  • Comienzo:
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  • Lugar:
    Swansea
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    3 Año
  • Condiciones:
    You may be eligible for funding to help support your study. To find out about scholarships, bursaries and other funding opportunities that are available please visit the University's scholarships and bursaries page.
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    BA Egyptology (3 year)
  • Otras Convocatorias:

    Presentación

    The BA Egyptology offers the study of Egyptian Language, Egyptian Art and Architecture, Egyptian Civilisation and Egyptian History. Egyptology recently achieved overall satisfaction rating of 93% in the National Student Survey (NSS) and is now rated 9th in the Guardian’s rankings out of 21 HEIs.

    Requisitos

    Our preferred offers for UK applicants are BBB-BBC at A-level. However, flexible offers are made on review of the application form, after taking into consideration the subjects studied, predicted or achieved grades, reference and personal statement. For candidates offering the International Baccalaureate, a typical offer would be 32-30 points. We ask for Welsh Baccalaureate plus BC at A-level. Access candidates should have 15 Distinctions and 18 Merits.

    Programa

    Year 1 (Level 4)
    HE Level 4 Degree / HECert
    Students choose 120 credits from the following:

    Compulsory Modules
    Module Name
    Egyptian Language 1
    Egyptian Language 2
    Introduction to ancient Egyptian history and civilisation 1
    Introduction to Ancient Egyptian History and Civilisation 2

    Optional Modules
    Recommended Modules
    Choose Maximum Of 40 credits from the following Modules:

    NOTE : Single Honours Egyptology students are advised to enrol in two ancient history modules (from CLH110, CLH111 and CLH112) in addition to their four core/compulsory CLE modules. Classical Civilisation modules (CLC101, CLC102) are also possibilities.

    Module Name
    Of Gods and Heroes - Greek Mythology
    Ovids Metamorphoses. The Transformations of Mythology
    Beginning Greek Language I
    Beginning Greek Language II
    Intermediate Greek Language (post-GCSE or equivalent) I
    Intermediate Greek Language (post-GCSE or equivalent) II
    Further Greek 1 (Level 1)
    Further Greek 2 (Level 1)
    Interpreting Antiquity
    Classical Athens
    Augustan Rome
    Beginning Latin Language I
    Beginning Latin Language II
    Intermediate Latin Language (post-GCSE or equivalent) I
    Intermediate Latin Language (post-GCSE or equivalent) II
    Further Latin 1 (Level 1)
    Further Latin 2 (Level 1)

    AND
    Elective Modules

    Year 2 (Level 5)
    HE Level 5 Degree / HEDip
    Students choose 120 credits from the following:

    Compulsory Modules
    Module Name
    Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology
    Egyptian Language 3
    Egyptian Language 4

    Optional Modules
    Egyptology Compulsories
    Choose Exactly 60 credits from the following Modules:

    NOTE : Students must select 60 credits in each teaching block. Students may be able to replace one of their exisiting TB2 modules with CLP200 - Level 2 project. The module will be advertised to students and proposals considered during semester 1.

    Module Name
    Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology
    Egyptian Art and Architecture
    Ancient Egyptian Religious Beliefs and Practices

    AND
    Egyptian Language
    Choose Exactly 40 credits from the following Modules:

    NOTE : CLE225 and CLE226 (Language modules 1&2) are only for students who started the language in Year 2.

    Module Name
    Egyptian Language 3
    Egyptian Language 4
    Egyptian Language 1
    Egyptian Language 2

    AND
    Optional
    Choose Exactly 20 credits from the following Modules:

    NOTE : Students must select 60 credits from each teaching block.

    Module Name
    The Greek Romance: Sea, Sun and Sex
    Homer and Heroism: Homer
    Reading Classical Civilisation
    Intermediate Greek Language I (post-Beginning Greek Language)
    Intermediate Greek Language II (post-Beginning Greek Language)
    Beginning Greek Language I
    Beginning Greek Language II
    Further Greek 1 (Level 2)
    Further Greek 2 (Level 2)
    Advanced Greek 1 (Level 2)
    Advanced Greek 2 (Level 2)
    Ancient and Historic Places (Study-Trip/Field project; Ancient History)
    Archaic Greece (Level 2)
    Armies and Enemies of Imperial Rome
    Teaching Ancient History
    The Roman Empire 2: Central Power and Local Culture, AD 14-235
    Rome and the Mediterranean, 264-146 BC
    The History and Archaeology of Roman Britain
    Writing Ancient History
    History of Ancient Technology and Engineering
    Alexander and the Hellenistic world
    Chastity and Promiscuity: Women in Aristophanes and Plato (Level 2)
    Teaching Literacy through Latin
    Intermediate Latin Language I(post-Beginning Latin Language)
    Intermediate Latin Language II(post-Beginning Latin Language)
    Beginning Latin Language I
    Beginning Latin Language II
    Further Latin 1 (Level 2)
    Further Latin 2 (Level 2)
    Advanced Latin 1 (Level 2)
    Advanced Latin 2
    The Heirs of Rome: The Making of Christendom, Byzantium, and Islam in the Early Middle Ages, 400-800
    From Athens to Los Alamos: Science in the Ancient & Modern Worlds

    Year 3 (Level 6)
    HE Level 6 Degree / Honours
    Students choose 120 credits from the following:

    Compulsory Modules
    Module Name
    Classics, Ancient History, Egyptology Dissertation

    Optional Modules
    Egyptian Language
    Choose Minimum Of 20 credits from the following Modules:

    Module Name
    Egyptian Language 5
    Egyptian Language: Reading Advanced Texts

    AND
    Egyptology Optionals
    Choose Maximum Of 60 credits from the following Modules:

    NOTE : Students must select 60 credits in each teaching block.

    Module Name
    Private Life in Ancient Egypt
    Egyptian Collection Practicum
    Six Feet Under: Funerary Culture of Ancient Egypt
    Ramesses III: Empire, Invasion, and Conspiracy
    Ancient Egyptian and Ptolemaic Queens

    AND
    Classical Civilisation and Ancient History Optionals
    Choose Maximum Of 20 credits from the following Modules:

    NOTE : Students must select 60 credits in each teaching block.

    Module Name
    The Greek Romance: Sea, Sun and Sex
    Homer and Heroism: Homer
    Classics in the Cinema
    Rome and the Mediterranean 264-146 BC
    The History and Archaeology of Roman Britain
    Late Antiquity; The Transformation of the Roman World AD 250-600
    Archaic Greece
    Alexander and the Hellenistic world
    Chastity and Promiscuity: Women in Aristophanes and Plato
    Teaching Ancient History - Schools Placement Module
    Invention, innovation and technological revolutions
    A History of Violence

    AND
    Greek and Latin Optionals
    Choose Maximum Of 20 credits from the following Modules:

    NOTE : Students can select a 20 credit elective module from Latin and Greek Language modules if they have studied one of them before. You must have done the semester 1 module to do the corresponding semester 2 module.

    Module Name
    Intermediate Greek Language I
    Intermediate Greek Language II
    Further Greek 1 (Level 3)
    Further Greek 2 (Level 3)
    Advanced Greek 1 (Level 3)
    Advanced Greek 2 (Level 3)
    Advanced Greek 3
    Advanced Greek 4
    Teaching Literacy through Latin 2
    Intermediate Latin Language I
    Intermediate Latin Language II
    Advanced Latin 1 (Level 3)
    Advanced Latin 2 (Level 3)
    Advanced Latin 3
    Advanced Latin 4

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