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Intermediate Latin I


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Our Intermediate Latin I short course equips you with a thorough knowledge of Latin grammar, sentence structure and vocabulary so you can make rapid progress in Latin, with expert guidance from active researchers in Latin language and literature.

Teaching is varied and interactive. The focus will be on enabling you to understand the inner workings of the language and providing you with the necessary tools to read and translate complex passages of unadapted literary Latin texts in both prose and verse. You will practise Latin grammar through translation exercises both from Latin into English and from English into Latin.

As one of two courses, you can take Intermediate Latin I first and then continue your studies with our Intermediate Latin II short course, or you can take them as individual short courses. 

Please note: each weekly session will be two hours in length and run from 6pm to 8pm.

This course is non-credit bearing, so carries no credit points.

  • Entry requirements

    Entry requirements

    For entry onto this course you will need to have completed our Introduction to Latin II or have a grounding in Latin after completing an introductory course equivalent to one year of intensive classes - please  if you would like to discuss the correct level for you.

    As part of the enrolment process, you may be required to submit a copy of a suitable form of ID.

    International students who wish to come to the UK to study a short course can apply for a Visitor visa. Please note that it is not possible to obtain a Student visa to study a short course.

  • How to apply

    How to apply

    You register directly onto the classes you would like to take. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis - so apply early. If you wish to take more than one short course, you can select each one separately and then register onto them together via our online application portal. There is usually no formal selection process, although some modules may have prerequisites and/or other requirements, which will be specified where relevant.