Collaborative Programme in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
Students don't apply directly to the Collaborative Programme. Instead, admission takes place through either the Department of Classics, the Centre for Medieval Studies, or the Department of Philosophy, and students indicate their interest in the Collaborative Programme on their application. Financial support depends on the unit in which the student enrolls. Students acquire a broad competence in their chosen discipline by fulfilling the normal curriculum of their home unit. Through the Collaborative Programme's curriculum, students acquire a special competence in ancient philosophy, medieval philosophy, or both, complemented by further work in other areas of philosophy.The Programme demands a high level of competence in the languages relevant to the student's research area: classical or medieval Latin, ancient Greek, or Arabic. Students should begin training in the relevant languages before beginning doctoral studies.
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