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Have you ever wondered about Europe's distant past? Do you want to know more about knights and chivalry, about the literature of Robin Hood and King Arthur, or the magnificence of Gothic and Renaissance Art? Do you want to explore the clashes between kings and nobles, Christianity and Islam, or the English and Welsh. If so, then Swansea University offers exciting degrees in Medieval Studies that uncovers the rich and influential civilisation of the Middle Ages.
Medieval Studies and Latin at Swansea University is a Joint Honours degree scheme that combines history and literature and a range of other subjects.
Swansea lies at the heart of a region studded with the remains of the medieval past, and is an excellent base for exploring magnificent castles such as Pembroke, Manorbier, and Kidwelly, or the fine medieval churches and fortresses of the nearby Gower Peninsula. Weblink to castles of Wales.
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We welcome all enquiries and applications. Our preferred offer is BBC at A-level you will require a B in History and B in Latin from three A level subjects or equivalent. However, meetings/interviews with staff on UCAS visit days may allow us to make flexible offers.
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The main teaching framework is provided by lectures which are linked to seminars and tutorials. Seminars are smaller discussion groups for the study of sources or specific problems. A primary element is the tutorial, held at regular intervals, in which a small group of students meet with tutors to explore particular issues.
Information regarding dates and times for Enrolment can be found on the Student Records webpages.
Applications should be made through UCAS.
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