A-Level Classics Tutors in London

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All of the A-Level classics tutors we work with are experienced and enthusiastic professionals who are passionate about working with their students to develop and improve their results and help them engage in their selected subjects.

Our A-Level Classics tutors have an extensive knowledge of their subjects and can help students with all areas of the subject, encouraging them to learn and develop, to be creative, and to find their own unique and innovative style.

A-Level Classics offers students an opportunity to practice and engage with the study of the classics. It also helps those who have the firm foundation of GCSE Classics, the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge that they have already acquired, to a higher standard, to prepare them for Higher Education (University).

Breakdown of the core Classics A-Level modules:

  • Introduction to an aspect of classical civilisation (1)
  • Introduction to an aspect of classical civilisation (2)
  • A study of an aspect of classical civilisation (1)
  • A study of an aspect of classical civilisation (2)

Benefits of studying A-Level Classics

A-Level Classics is a dynamic subject to study, it covers many fascinating topics such as Latin and literature, to critical theory and ancient philosophy, reflecting also on the parallels with modern post-classical texts, art and even popular music and drama. Being able to study such fascinating subjects in one is something students wouldn’t be able to get from any other subject.

Why is it worth studying Classics at A-Level?

Classics A-Level is not only commonly studied at university but it is also the most interesting, enthralling and mind-broadening subject can student can take on. A-Level classics complements many other popular A-Level subjects such as Art, English Literature, and Theatre Studies.

What can you do with a Classics degree?

Classics graduates often choose to study Masters or PhDs in Classics or related subjects, such as classical archaeology, ancient history and Greek and Latin Languages. Jobs relating to a Classics degree include:

  • Archivist
  • Barrister
  • Chartered accountant
  • Heritage manager

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