Degree Type:Master of Philosophy
Department:Department of Classics and Philosophy
Modes of Study:Regular
To be considered for admission, a candidate must have a good first degree from this University or a recognised comparable institution, in Classics, Classical Civilisation, Ancient History or Ancient Philosophy.
Furthermore, a candidate for the M.Phil programme will be required to demonstrate a working knowledge of one of the Classical Languages: Greek and Latin. Where a candidate does not already possess this knowledge, he/she will be required to take an additional Greek or Latin Language paper at the end-of-semester examinations. Candidates are to offer a minimum of three courses per semester for the M.A. programme and for the first year M.Phil programme.
The Department of Classics and Philosophy offers advance courses in Philosophy toilored to equiping our students with critical and analytical skills for further research in the humanities and other subject areas.