The Ancient Roman World undergrad subject now available online for university credit
This year La Trobe University is offering The Ancient Roman World online for the first time. This first year undergraduate subject will be taught over a 13 week period and there are no pre-requisites to participate.
To enrol all you need is English language proficiency and to be over 16 years of age. All students will be issued with a La Trobe University transcript upon successful completion of the subject which can be used to contribute to degree credit at La Trobe University as well as any university in Australia or the world. High school students wishing to gain university credit before finishing high school are encouraged to apply as long as they are over 16 years of age and capable of university level study.
While enrolled, students will have full access to the La Trobe University library, including all its online resources, and all students will be well supported by the Ancient Mediterranean Studies staff.
To listen to a podcast on the structure of the subject or one of the first lectures visit:
The subject will commence on 26th August and enrolments are oped until 23rd August.
All the information you need about the subject and the enrolment form is available at:
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/itunes-u. However, should you have any questions at all please email Sarah Midford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that places are limited and the course is offered at the discounted price of $400 (single subject price is normally $2306).
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