Much of European civilisation grew out of the classical world, so it is not surprising that its study is still highly relevant today. Similarly, any study of History engages a natural human curiosity about the past. In combining the complementary disciplines of History and Archaeology, students can develop a wide-ranging and cross-disciplinary approach to the past. You will learn how artefacts and primary sources inform our understanding people and cultures; how those people and cultures have shaped the world around us; how history has been perceived by those who look back upon it; and how those perceptions change over time. Both subjects follow a modular structure allowing students to tailor their studies to their own interests.