Master of Arts in Classics

Study Discipline: Arts & Humanities
Study Programme Details
Country: Malta
Admission Sessions:Spring Session
Study Format: Part Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Master's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a scholarly journey through the rich tapestry of human history with our Master of Arts in Classics. This research-focused program offers a profound exploration of philosophical, literary, religious, and creative traditions that have profoundly influenced civilizations across the globe. Delve into the depths of antiquity and emerge with a nuanced understanding of the origins of our artistic, literary, and cultural heritage. Through interdisciplinary inquiry and guided research, you’ll uncover the spatial and socio-cultural contexts that have shaped the world we inhabit today, culminating in a research-based dissertation that reflects your academic passion and expertise.


Step into the realm of ancient wisdom and timeless insights with our Master of Arts in Classics. Immerse yourself in the intellectual ferment of civilizations past, where philosophical inquiries, literary masterpieces, and religious doctrines laid the foundation for human thought and expression. Through rigorous academic training, you’ll learn to navigate archival resources, conduct research with precision, and craft scholarly works of the highest caliber. Cultivate a critical understanding of the research process as you explore diverse methodologies and engage with primary sources. Whether unraveling the mysteries of ancient texts or deciphering the intricacies of archaeological finds, our program empowers you to make meaningful contributions to the field of Classical studies.

Admission Requirements

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  • Methods of Research
  • Directed Study in Classics
  • Dissertation

Non EU Applicants:

Total Tuition Fees: Eur 10,800

Future Career Outcomes

Our alumni occupy esteemed positions in academia, museums, research institutions, and cultural organizations around the world. They leverage their expertise in Classics to pursue diverse career paths, from teaching and research to curation and advocacy. Equipped with refined analytical skills and a deep appreciation for antiquity, they serve as ambassadors of cultural heritage, fostering a deeper understanding of the past and its relevance to the present.

Visa Requirements:

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