Start of the study
Most frequently asked questions for the Master programme Classics and Ancient Civilizations (research).
- Does the department have an introductory programme?
- Where and when is my first lecture?
- How do I get hold of my prospectus and lecture timetable?
- Is there anything more I need to do to complete my enrolment?
- How do I register for my classes?
- Where can I buy my books and teaching material?
- How can I catch up with any shortfall in my previous studies?
- Where do I go for any further information I may need?
Yes, an introductory meeting for all MA/Research MA students Classics and Ancient Civilisations (1 year and 2 years) will be organized on Tuesday 6 September at 3pm in Lipsius, room 227. During the introduction meeting all important information regarding the Research Master’s programme will be explained. There will be drinks afterwards.
The first meeting with all Research MA students (first and second year) in the common course Commentary: Paratext and Metatext is on Monday 12 September from 1.15-3pm in Lipsius/002. All other classes part of the Research MA programme Classics and Ancient Civilisations will also start in this week (37).
If you plan to take courses in other departments, please note that starting dates might be different.
After receiving your Leiden student ID card, you are enrolled in the Research MA. The coordinator of studies will send you a letter with important information. Enclosed is a registration form for the secretary’s office Huizinga. N.B. This form does not have anything to do with your formal registration as a student at Leiden University.
The required reading is listed for each course, either in the e-Prospectus or via Blackboard. Books are available in most good bookshops. You can also visit the University Library in order to consult the required books. Some texts are provided by the professors.
Students who have been admitted unconditionally to the programme meet the criteria and should not have any deficiencies. Students who have been admitted to the programme on the condition that they complete additional courses, can contact the programme coordinator to determine their study programme.
Most information is available online on the Classics and Ancient Civilizations website. We advise you to consult the website to have a look at the programme requirements of the specialization you have been admitted for beforehand.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, you can contact the secretary's office for general information or information concerning registration in uSis. For specific questions concerning the programme, contact the programme coordinator.