Egypt and Mesopotamia (modern Iraq; ancient Sumer, Assyria and Babylon) bequeathed to posterity some of the most fascinating remains from all of the ancient world.
At Cambridge, Egyptology and Assyriology are based in the Department of Archaeology where you can study the archaeology, cultures and languages of one or both of these fascinating ancient civilisations in all three years as an undergraduate student.
Join us for our Egyptology and Assyriology Study Day for prospective undergraduates, kindly hosted by Christ's College, on Friday 7 February 2020 to discover more about these subjects at Cambridge through lectures, language and practical sessions.
Please click here to book.
Attendance is free, but booking is required. Spaces are limited and priority will be given to applicants who meet the following criteria, though this is not a prerequisite to applying:
- from the state maintained sector, particularly where they attend schools or colleges with a low overall A-level, Higher/Advanced Higher (or equivalent) point score and/or schools or colleges with low progression to higher education
- the first generation in their family to attend university
- eligible for free school meals and/or pupil premium
- who are (or have been) looked after, accommodated or in care who will only need to meet the study year and academic requirements.
Booking closes 31 January, 2020.
In some cases travel bursaries may be available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.