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Certificate of Higher Education in Classics

  • 1. The course shall consist of lectures, tutorials, seminars and classes on the subject of Humanities, Classics and Preparation for Undergraduate Study.
  • 2. Every candidate will be required to satisfy the examiners in the following for the Preparation for Undergraduate Study module:a) Two revised tutorial essaysb) One written report c) Two oral presentationsd) One reflective learning journal.
  • 3. Every candidate will, in addition to the Preparation for Undergraduate Study module, also be required to satisfy the examiners in the following: 
    • a)    Eight coursework assignments:  
      • a. One portfolio of four essays in Humanities 
      • b. One revised tutorial essay in Humanities
      • c. One essay in Classics  
      • d. Three commentaries on texts or pictures in Classics
    • b) Two written examinations:
      • a. One in Humanities 
      • b. One in Classics 
    • c) One presentation 
    • d) One extended coursework assignment of not more than 5,000 on the subject of the candidate’s choice relating to the course material and approved by the Course Lead. 
  • 4. The coursework assignments under the above clauses will be submitted via the approved online submission system to the examiners by dates given in the course handbook.


Module 1: Foundations in Humanities 1 

Module 2: Foundations in Humanities 2 

Module 3: Methods in Classics: Approaches to the Greek Theatre 

Module 4: Classics option papers 

Module 5: Extended Project