Your degree programme
Information and guidance to completing your degree within the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
Choosing your courses
Information, advice and guidance resources to choosing courses.
Important information available on the structure of degree programme.
Attendance and Engagement
As a student at the School of History, Classics and Archaeology, you are responsible for attending and engaging with your programme of study.
An exchange programme with the School's partner universities in Europe or further afield is a great way to broaden your horizons and improve your study and career prospects.
Effective student representation is a vital part of the University’s quality assurance and learning and teaching enhancement processes and a way you can be involved in shaping the School.
Policies and regulations
Find out about the School's policies and regulations which govern the creation and use of our key student systems.
Scholarships and funding
Information about scholarships and funding.
Joint honours students
Information and guidance for joint honours students outside the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
Graduating from the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
Programme and Course Handbooks
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology's Programme and Course Handbooks.
Progression and classification (secured)
Information about the release of undergraduate progression decisions, marks, prizes and degree results.
Fieldwork opportunities and funding in the School. Fieldwork is generally completed by Archaeology students. There is a fieldschool which Classical Archaeologists can participate in.
Special circumstances can sometimes affect a student's performance in following a course, in producing coursework or in completing examinations.
Student surveys and feedback
Student feedback is vital to the School of History, Classics and Archaeology and to the University in helping us to enhance the experience of all our students.
Tools to help
These tools will help you to make sense of degree regulations, programmes of study and course options.
Degree programme transfers between Schools and Subject Areas.