The MRes consists of 60 credits of coursework and 120 credits achieved through a 20,000 word supervised research project, on topic of your choice in some element of the late antique world. Ideally you should talk to a potential supervisor about the project before applying.
The 60 credits of course work would usually include 20 credits of Research Skills. You will then choose 40 credits from a range of modules taught by the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology and the Department of History depending on your interests and research needs.
• Greek and Latin at various levels
• Individuals in History (Roman historiography)
• Empire and Identity (focusing on ‘Romanisation’ and late antique identities)
• Byzantine Art and Architecture
• Gender in Byzantium: women, men and eunuchs
• Late Roman and Byzantine Archaeology
• The Economies of the Late Roman, Byzantine and Frankish East Mediterranean
Fees and funding
We charge an annual tuition fee. Fees for 2015/16 are currently as follows:
Home / EU £4,052 full-time; £2,026 part-time
Overseas: £13,195 full-time; £6,597.50 part-time
For part-time students, the above fee quoted is for year one only and tuition fees will also be payable in subsequent years of your programme.
Tuition fees can either be paid in full or by instalments.
Eligibility for Home/EU or Overseas fees can be verified with Admissions. Learn more about fees for international students.
Learn more about postgraduate tuituion fees and funding.
Scholarships and studentships
Scholarships to cover fees and/or maintenance costs may be available. To discover whether you are eligible for any award across the University, and to start your funding application, please visit the University's Postgraduate Funding Database.
International students can often gain funding through overseas research scholarships, Commonwealth scholarships or their home government.
Learn more about entry requirements
We accept a range of qualifications; our country pages show you what qualifications we accept from your country.
English language requirements
You can satisfy our English language requirements in two ways:
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