Ancient History and French (BA)

This joint honours degree will provide students with a range of important transferable skills in both disciplines – leading the way to a variety of potential career opportunities.

The BA in Ancient History and French (joint honours) gives students the opportunity to combine learning a major world language with the study of the ancient Greek and Roman world. With in-depth study of both Ancient History and French, graduates will develop the tools to compete in an increasingly global workforce.

The BA in Ancient History and French aims to develop your knowledge and critical understanding of the political, social, economic, and cultural structures of other societies, and to cultivate intellectual skills such as the ability to assess evidence critically, to evaluate different interpretations of the evidence, to construct arguments on the basis of evidence, and to express opinions cogently in speech and in writing.

In French, you develop high-level language skills with the aim of achieving near-native competency along with in-depth knowledge of aspects of the culture, history, politics and society of French and other French-speaking countries. The course will enable you to develop your writing skills through a range of exercises including resumes and essays with your oral and aural skills being practised through a varied pool of audio-video material, websites, films and computer programmes.

It is important to remember that studying languages is not just about the language itself. It involves examining many aspects of a country and its culture, its social structures and institutions, politics, history, literature and cinema. Through the study of such areas you are able to gain a better understanding of French culture and of how France has evolved over the centuries, becoming what it is today.

Ancient History covers the period from the Aegean Bronze Age to the fall of the Roman Empire in the west and its survival in the east as the Byzantine Empire. There is a balance between modules covering specific historical periods and thematic modules that examine broad social and cultural topics, such as warfare, gender, religion, art, medicine and science.

The degree provides the training necessary for students who wish to study Ancient History or French at postgraduate level, and a valuable range of intellectual and transferable skills for students who enter other professions.

The French department places firm emphasis on vocational linguistic training, giving students first-hand experience of using vital language skills alongside their historical academic studies.

Students spend their third year in France, practising and developing their language skills.

Key facts

UCAS CodeRV11
Entry pointSeptember 2016
Duration4 years
Typical places availableThe School typically has 320 places available
Typical applications receivedThe School typically receives 1800 applications
Typical A level offerABB, excluding General Studies. Three A-level subjects including B in French. Two AS subjects may be considered in lieu of a third A-level.
Typical Welsh Baccalaureate offerGrade A in the Core plus AA grades at A-level (must include French at A -level).
Typical International Baccalaureate offer33 points, including 5 in French at higher level.
Other qualificationsApplications from those offering alternative qualifications are welcome.

Detailed alternative entry requirements are available for this course.
QAA subject benchmark
Admissions tutor(s)

Dr Louis Rawlings, Admissions Tutor

Important Legal Information: The programme information currently being published in Course Finder is under review and may be subject to change. The final programme information is due to be published by May 2016 and will be the definitive programme outline which the University intends to offer. Applicants are advised to check the definitive programme information after the update, to ensure that the programme meets their needs.

This is a four-year degree programme comprising of some core modules that provide essential skills and training as well as a wide variety of optional modules for you to select from in order to tailor your degree to meet your interests. Year 3 is spent abroad.

Year one

Students of this course study 60 modules in Ancient History and 60 modules in French during their first year.

Module titleModule codeCredits
Introduction to Roman HistoryHS310220 credits
Modern FranceML619920 credits
Introduction to Ancient Greek HistoryHS310120 credits

Module titleModule codeCredits
Advanced French Language Year 1ML618840 credits
Beginners French Language Year 1ML618940 credits

Year two

Module titleModule codeCredits
Julian the ApostateHS330710 credits
Greek ValuesHS330910 credits
Athens in the Age of Demosthenes and LykourgosHS337110 credits
Hellenistic Art and ArchitectureHS435610 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334310 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334410 credits
Reading Greek IHS342320 credits
Reading Greek 2HS332420 credits
Reading Latin 1HS342120 credits
Reading Latin 2HS332220 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334510 credits
Byzantium: The Golden Age, c. 850 - 1050HS332910 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334610 credits
Conquest & Crisis: The Roman RepublicHS331630 credits
Gender & Sexuality in Greece and RomeHS336220 credits
The Roman ArmyHS436720 credits
Viking-Age ScandinaviaHS238010 credits
Complex Societies in Barbarian EuropeHS236510 credits
Structure & Corrosion of MetalsHS235910 credits
Neolithic Beginnings: Last Foragers and First Farmers in the Eastern MediterraneanHS242420 credits
Viking Britain and IrelandHS231010 credits
Neolithic/Early Bronze Age BritainHS235720 credits
Medieval ArchaeologyHS238220 credits
Art & Archaeology of Archaic GreeceHS238620 credits
War, Peace and Diplomacy, c.900-c.1250HS170730 credits
Heresy & Dissent 1000-1450HS171030 credits
Class, Protest and Politics: South Wales 1918-39HS186830 credits
Heresy & Dissent 1000-1450HS171030 credits
Culture, Soc & I.D. in Wales 1847-1914HS186530 credits
Poverty and Relief in Medieval EuropeHS171430 credits
The British Civil Wars and Revolution, C.1638-1649HS174230 credits
Building the Modern WorldHS174430 credits
Being Human: Self and Society in Britain from Darwin to the Age of Mass CultureHS174830 credits
Nations, Empire and Borderlands from 1789 to the presentHS174930 credits
From King Coal To Cool Cymru: Society and Culture in Wales, 1939-2000HS175630 credits
"An Empire for Liberty": Race, Space and Power in the United States, 1775-1898HS176030 credits
India and The Raj 1857-1947HS176530 credits
The Search for an Asian Modern: Japanese History from 1800 to the Post-War EraHS176830 credits
The Soviet Century: Russia and the Soviet Union, 1905-1991HS177630 credits
Into The Vortex: Britain and The First World WarHS178730 credits
Making Empires: Britain and the World, 1541 - 1714HS179330 credits
Medicine and Modern Society, 1750-1919HS179930 credits
The World of the Anglo-Saxons, c.500-c.1087HS180330 credits
Sexuality and the Social Order in Medieval EuropeHS180430 credits
The Military Orders 1100-1320HS180530 credits
Deviants, Rebels and Witches in Early Modern Britain and IrelandHS182830 credits
From Bismarck To Goebbels: Biography and Modern German History, 1870-1945HS182930 credits
Politics, Economics and Strategy: Britain's European Dilemma, 1951-1975HS183930 credits
Race, Sex and Empire & India, 1765-1929HS185530 credits
Glimpses of the Unfamiliar: Travellers to Japan from 1860 to the Post-War EraHS185830 credits
Cymru a'r Rhyfel Mawr, 1880-2014HS186730 credits
Identity and The British State: Wales, 1485-1660HS187230 credits
Violence and Ideology in Inter-War Soviet RussiaHS188330 credits
Europe and the Revolutionary Tradition in the Long Nineteenth CenturyHS188730 credits
Slavery and Slave Life in North America, 1619-1865HS189030 credits
Gender, Power and Subjectivity in Twentieth-Century BritainHS189430 credits
The Dangerous City? Urban Society & Culture 1800-1914HS189630 credits
Intermediate Sanskrit TextsRT122420 credits
Islam in The Contemporary WorldRT121120 credits
Early HinduismRT133820 credits
Exploring GnosticismRT121820 credits
Indian Philosophy, Indian HistoryRT122320 credits
Understanding Muslim ScripturesRT122620 credits
Buddhism: The First Thousand YearsRT122720 credits
New Testament EpistlesRT320520 credits
New Testament Greek Texts IRT320920 credits
Reformation HistoryRT420520 credits
The Early Church: History and MemoryRT420820 credits
The Medieval Church in the Latin WestRT420920 credits
Beliefs in the CrucibleRT520420 credits
Christian 'Church' Today: Its Meaning, Life and MissionRT520520 credits
History & Religion of Ancient IsraelRT230120 credits
Arabic Texts IRT131020 credits
Arabic Texts IIRT131120 credits
Early Hindu Texts in SanskritRT132820 credits
Gender and Sexuality: Islamic PerspectivesRT134520 credits
The Life of the BuddhaRT135220 credits
Christian Spirituality, 150-1550 CERT430720 credits
Understanding Christian WorshipRT432020 credits
Theology On The Edge: Christian Thought in A Changing WorldRT531520 credits
Christian Social Ethics TodayRT731720 credits
Modern Welsh LiteratureCY373210 credits
Wales and The Welsh LanguageCY373310 credits
Welsh 1CY377420 credits
Welsh 2CY377520 credits
Welsh Culture and FolkloreCY373410 credits
Cyflwyniad I'r GymraegCY374220 credits
Llenyddiaeth GymraegCY374320 credits
O Destun I DraethawdCY374420 credits
C++ Programming ICE265220 credits
C Programming 1CE334020 credits
C Programming IICE334110 credits
Shell and Perl Programming ICE501120 credits
Introduction To Irish 1CY401110 credits
Introduction To Irish 2CY401310 credits
Developing Enterprise & Employability SkillsCE506710 credits
Japanese HistoryML150110 credits
Contemporary Japanese SocietyML250510 credits
Linear AlgebraMA021210 credits
GroupsMA021310 credits
Elementary Number Theory IIMA021610 credits
Analysis IIIMA022110 credits
Modelling with Differential EquationsMA023210 credits
Elementary Fluid DynamicsMA023510 credits
Operational ResearchMA026120 credits
Visual Basic Programming For ORMA027610 credits
AccountancyMA029110 credits
Calculus of Several VariablesMA200110 credits
Matrix AlgebraMA200210 credits
Complex AnalysisMA200310 credits
Series and TransformsMA200410 credits
Ordinary Differential EquationsMA200510 credits
Mechanics IIMA230010 credits
Vector CalculusMA230110 credits
Foundations of Probability and StatisticsMA250020 credits
Programming and StatisticsMA250110 credits
Numerical Analysis IIMA270010 credits
Yr Ystafell Newyddion 1MC261720 credits
Yr Ystafell Newyddion 2MC261820 credits
C ProgrammingCE514010 credits
Java ICE333720 credits
Gods & the Polis: Athenian FestivalsHS333010 credits
C++ ProgrammingCE514310 credits
Module titleModule codeCredits
Reading Latin 2HS332220 credits
Reading Greek 2HS332420 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334310 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334410 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334610 credits
Reading Latin 1HS342120 credits
Reading Greek IHS342320 credits
Independent 2nd Year StudyHS433420 credits
Women and the Second World War in FranceML628620 credits
Innovations in European LiteratureML129820 credits
Principles of Translation TheoryML229920 credits
Rhyfel AlgeriaML629720 credits
Pots, Poems and Pictures: Using Evidence for Ancient HistoryHS433620 credits
Business French IML629420 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334510 credits
French Language Year 2 (Ex-Advanced)ML629920 credits
At the Roots of European CulturesML129520 credits
Introduction to Specialised Translation (French)ML229420 credits
French Language Year 2 (Ex-Beginners)ML628720 credits
Imaging the Islands: Francophone Caribbean CulturesML620020 credits
Inscriptions and Athenian HistoryHS332610 credits
Gods & the Polis: Athenian FestivalsHS333010 credits
Roman ReligionHS333110 credits
Greek and Roman MedicineHS337620 credits
Life in Ancient RomeHS435810 credits
Houses in Roman ItalyHS436310 credits
Introduction to Spatial Techniques and TechnologiesHS241810 credits
Geographic Information Systems for Archaeologists and Ancient HistoriansHS241910 credits
Aegean Bronze Age: Emergence To CollapseHS238720 credits
Art & Archaeology of Classical GreeceHS238920 credits
Heritage CommunicationHS242820 credits
Roman Imperial History 31BC - AD138HS331730 credits
The Later Roman Empire AD284 - 602HS331830 credits
Tyrants, Kings and Democrats: the Rise of Classical GreeceHS337420 credits
King and Court in the Ancient Near EastHS337720 credits
Death and Burial in the Roman WorldHS430820 credits
Greek WarfareHS436620 credits
Narrating and Visualising French Colonialism: Canada, the Indian Ocean, Africa and FranceML620220 credits

Year three: Sandwich year

You spend your third year studying abroad.

Year four

In Year 4, you choose a further 60 credits of Ancient History and 60 credits of French, including a core module in French language. If you wish, you can write a dissertation on a topic of your choice in either Ancient History or French.

Module titleModule codeCredits
French Language (BA Languages)ML638020 credits

Module titleModule codeCredits
Reading Latin 2HS332220 credits
Reading Greek 2HS332420 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334310 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334410 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334610 credits
Reading Latin 1HS342120 credits
Reading Greek IHS342320 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334510 credits
Researching the Ancient World: Final Year DissertationHS433540 credits
Writing AfricaML638120 credits
May 68. Marking Changes in European Politics and CultureML139920 credits
Student Language AmbassadorML139820 credits
French for professional purposesML639620 credits
Translation as a ProfessionML239320 credits
Advanced Translation Practice (French)ML638620 credits
Dissertation (Joint Honours -In English/Welsh)ML638420 credits
Final Year Joint Honours French Dissertation IN FRENCHML637920 credits
Pots, Poems and Pictures: Using Evidence for Ancient HistoryHS433620 credits
European Cinema: thinking the real of fictionML230220 credits
Dissertation/Project (Translation)ML238920 credits
History of French LabourML630020 credits
Y Chwyldro Ffrengig [The French Revolution]ML630120 credits
Inscriptions and Athenian HistoryHS332610 credits
Gods & the Polis: Athenian FestivalsHS333010 credits
Roman ReligionHS333110 credits
Greek and Roman MedicineHS337620 credits
Life in Ancient RomeHS435810 credits
Houses in Roman ItalyHS436310 credits
Introduction to Spatial Techniques and TechnologiesHS241810 credits
Geographic Information Systems for Archaeologists and Ancient HistoriansHS241910 credits
Aegean Bronze Age: Emergence To CollapseHS238720 credits
Art & Archaeology of Classical GreeceHS238920 credits
Heritage CommunicationHS242820 credits
Roman Imperial History 31BC - AD138HS331730 credits
The Later Roman Empire AD284 - 602HS331830 credits
Tyrants, Kings and Democrats: the Rise of Classical GreeceHS337420 credits
King and Court in the Ancient Near EastHS337720 credits
Death and Burial in the Roman WorldHS430820 credits
Greek WarfareHS436620 credits
Dépassement de l’art: The Parisian Avant-Garde and the Revolution of Everyday Life from Breton to DebordML630220 credits
European Cinema DissertationML230320 credits
Module titleModule codeCredits
Julian the ApostateHS330710 credits
Greek ValuesHS330910 credits
Athens in the Age of Demosthenes and LykourgosHS337110 credits
Hellenistic Art and ArchitectureHS435610 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334310 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334410 credits
Reading Greek IHS342320 credits
Reading Greek 2HS332420 credits
Reading Latin 1HS342120 credits
Reading Latin 2HS332220 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334510 credits
Byzantium: The Golden Age, c. 850 - 1050HS332910 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334610 credits
Conquest & Crisis: The Roman RepublicHS331630 credits
Gender & Sexuality in Greece and RomeHS336220 credits
The Roman ArmyHS436720 credits
Viking-Age ScandinaviaHS238010 credits
Complex Societies in Barbarian EuropeHS236510 credits
Structure & Corrosion of MetalsHS235910 credits
Neolithic Beginnings: Last Foragers and First Farmers in the Eastern MediterraneanHS242420 credits
Viking Britain and IrelandHS231010 credits
Neolithic/Early Bronze Age BritainHS235720 credits
Medieval ArchaeologyHS238220 credits
Art & Archaeology of Archaic GreeceHS238620 credits
War, Peace and Diplomacy, c.900-c.1250HS170730 credits
Heresy & Dissent 1000-1450HS171030 credits
Class, Protest and Politics: South Wales 1918-39HS186830 credits
Heresy & Dissent 1000-1450HS171030 credits
Culture, Soc & I.D. in Wales 1847-1914HS186530 credits
Poverty and Relief in Medieval EuropeHS171430 credits
The British Civil Wars and Revolution, C.1638-1649HS174230 credits
Building the Modern WorldHS174430 credits
Being Human: Self and Society in Britain from Darwin to the Age of Mass CultureHS174830 credits
Nations, Empire and Borderlands from 1789 to the presentHS174930 credits
From King Coal To Cool Cymru: Society and Culture in Wales, 1939-2000HS175630 credits
"An Empire for Liberty": Race, Space and Power in the United States, 1775-1898HS176030 credits
India and The Raj 1857-1947HS176530 credits
The Search for an Asian Modern: Japanese History from 1800 to the Post-War EraHS176830 credits
The Soviet Century: Russia and the Soviet Union, 1905-1991HS177630 credits
Into The Vortex: Britain and The First World WarHS178730 credits
Making Empires: Britain and the World, 1541 - 1714HS179330 credits
Medicine and Modern Society, 1750-1919HS179930 credits
The World of the Anglo-Saxons, c.500-c.1087HS180330 credits
Sexuality and the Social Order in Medieval EuropeHS180430 credits
The Military Orders 1100-1320HS180530 credits
Deviants, Rebels and Witches in Early Modern Britain and IrelandHS182830 credits
From Bismarck To Goebbels: Biography and Modern German History, 1870-1945HS182930 credits
Politics, Economics and Strategy: Britain's European Dilemma, 1951-1975HS183930 credits
Race, Sex and Empire & India, 1765-1929HS185530 credits
Glimpses of the Unfamiliar: Travellers to Japan from 1860 to the Post-War EraHS185830 credits
Cymru a'r Rhyfel Mawr, 1880-2014HS186730 credits
Identity and The British State: Wales, 1485-1660HS187230 credits
Violence and Ideology in Inter-War Soviet RussiaHS188330 credits
Europe and the Revolutionary Tradition in the Long Nineteenth CenturyHS188730 credits
Slavery and Slave Life in North America, 1619-1865HS189030 credits
Gender, Power and Subjectivity in Twentieth-Century BritainHS189430 credits
The Dangerous City? Urban Society & Culture 1800-1914HS189630 credits
History & Religion of Ancient IsraelRT230120 credits
Arabic Texts IRT131020 credits
Arabic Texts IIRT131120 credits
Early Hindu Texts in SanskritRT132820 credits
Gender and Sexuality: Islamic PerspectivesRT134520 credits
The Life of the BuddhaRT135220 credits
Christian Spirituality, 150-1550 CERT430720 credits
Understanding Christian WorshipRT432020 credits
Theology On The Edge: Christian Thought in A Changing WorldRT531520 credits
Christian Social Ethics TodayRT731720 credits
Hanes yr IaithCY315020 credits
Dadeni A Diwygiad 1550 - 1900CY231820 credits
Dafydd ap GwilymCY330520 credits
Rhyddiaith DdiweddarCY341020 credits
Hunaniaeth a Diwylliant y WladfaCY321020 credits
Iaith, Gwleidyddiaeth a GwrthdaroCY371020 credits
Cynllunio Ieithyddol a Pholisi IaithCY361020 credits
Canu’r Gymru Newydd: Barddoniaeth er 1990CY381020 credits
SgriptioCY212320 credits
Caffael IaithCY391020 credits
Spin Unspun: Public Relations and The News MediaMC359620 credits
KnotsMA032210 credits
Fluid DynamicsMA033210 credits
Mathematical ProgrammingMA035810 credits
Mathematical ProgrammingMA035810 credits
Time Series Analysis & ForecastingMA036710 credits
Time Series Analysis & ForecastingMA036710 credits
Complex Function TheoryMA300010 credits
Groups, Rings, and FieldsMA300310 credits
CombinatoricsMA300410 credits
Introduction to Functional and Fourier AnalysisMA300520 credits
Introduction to Coding Theory and Data CompressionMA300620 credits
Applied Nonlinear SystemsMA330110 credits
Theoretical and Computational Partial Differential EquationsMA330320 credits
Methods of Applied MathematicsMA330420 credits
Elements of Mathematical StatisticsMA350110 credits
Regression Analysis and Experimental DesignMA350220 credits
Stochastic Processes For Finance and InsuranceMA350320 credits
Official StatisticsMA350410 credits
Multivariate StatisticsMA350510 credits
Queueing, Inventory and Game TheoryMA360120 credits
Algorithms and HeuristicsMA360210 credits
Mathematical Methods For Data MiningMA370010 credits
Functional AnalysisMA400120 credits
Measure TheoryMA400720 credits
Computational Fluid DynamicsMA400820 credits
Mathematical Principles of Image ProcessingMA400920 credits
COMBINATORIAL AND ANALYTIC NUMBER THEORYMA401120 credits
FINITE ELASTICITYMA401220 credits
Advanced topics in Analysis with application to PDEsMA401320 credits
Reading ModuleMA490120 credits
Cyflwyniad I'r GymraegCY374220 credits
Llenyddiaeth GymraegCY374320 credits
O Destun I DraethawdCY374420 credits
Diwylliant y GymraegCY375020 credits
Diwylliant Cymraeg Dinas CaerdyddCY375120 credits
Mapio’r CymryCY375220 credits
Cyflwyniad i addysgu Mathemateg mewn ysgol uwchraddMA390020 credits
The University is committed to providing a wide range of module options where possible, but please be aware that whilst every effort is made to offer choice this may be limited in certain circumstances. This is due to the fact that some modules have limited numbers of places available, which are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, while others have minimum student numbers required before they will run, to ensure that an appropriate quality of education can be delivered; some modules require students to have already taken particular subjects, and others are core or required on the programme you are taking. Modules may also be limited due to timetable clashes, and although the University works to minimise disruption to choice, we advise you to seek advice from the relevant School on the module choices available.

School of History, Archaeology and Religion 

The School of History, Archaeology and Religion enables you to develop in a high-quality learning environment, supported by a student-orientated approach to the acquisition of knowledge and skills.
You will develop a range of intellectual skills: critical thinking, evaluating evidence, constructing evidence-based arguments, and presenting opinions effectively in writing and in debate. Additionally, you will gain practical skills such as team-working, independent research, and time management. Teaching methods include lectures, seminars, practicals, field trips, and one-to-one tutorials. You will also undertake independent study and research, with guidance from tutors. Assessment, including coursework, language classes, exams, practical work, and oral presentations, will test the different skills you have learned.

School of Modern Languages 

Lectures provide an overview of the key concepts and frameworks for a topic, equipping students to carry out independent research for the seminars and to develop their own ideas.

Seminars provide an opportunity for students to explore the ideas outlined in the lecture in a small group environment. Seminars would usually consist of about 15 students and the seminar leader (a member of the teaching team). Seminars may take various formats, including plenary group discussion, small group work and student-led presentations. Seminars offer a rewarding opportunity to engage critically with the key ideas and reading of a topic, and to explore areas of particular interest with an expert in the field. It is vital that students prepare for seminars (undertaking any set reading, developing independent critical thought) in order to gain the maximum benefit from the sessions.

Lectures and seminars enable students to develop communication and analytical skills, and to develop critical thinking in a supportive environment.

Essays and examinations are used not only for assessment purposes but also as a means of developing students’ capacities to gather, organise, evaluate and deploy relevant information and ideas from a variety of sources in reasoned arguments. Dedicated essay workshops and individual advice enables students to produce their best work, and written feedback on essays feeds forward into future work, enabling students to develop their strengths and address any weaker areas.

School of History, Archaeology and Religion

In 2013/14, 92% of the School's graduates who were available for work reported they were in employment and/or further study within six months of graduation.

School of Modern Languages

In 2013/14, 95% of the School's graduates who were available for work reported they were in employment and/or further study within six months of graduation.

The destinations from the School are often international in nature, with many graduates enjoying their overseas student experience to such an extent that they opt to take time out to travel further, or go abroad on graduation in the hope of securing employment. 

Of those who choose to remain in the UK, many start work immediately following their studies. Their employment options are varied and many opt to utilise the language skills that they have developed over their degree, in roles such as Translators, Language Assistants, Export Assistants and Proofreaders, working with their languages in organisations such as Bearmach Ltd, the British Council, Global Response and Inter Global.

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4 Year(s)

Next intake

September 2016

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