A-Level Ancient History online course
Studying A-level Ancient History can be fascinating for a multitude of reasons. It allows us to understand how civilisations from the past developed, including the growth of social and cultural systems, the spread of religion, trade and the formation of political structures.
At Oxbridge, our online A-level Ancient History course is delivered by an expert team and designed to help you learn in the way that best suits you and that will set you up for success with your future aspirations.
Studying Ancient History allows us to understand the relevance of the past to the present, as it enables us to explore the root causes of modern-day geopolitical and societal issues, as well as current global challenges. Therefore A-level Ancient History can be incredibly engaging because of the abundance of stories, mythologies and characters that populate it. Altogether learning about the triumphs and tragedies of ancient figures such as Julius Caesar, Cleopatra, or Alexander the Great can be informative and entertaining.
What Ancient History Offers
A-level Ancient History opens up a world of opportunity for learners eager to expand their knowledge of the ancient world and goes hand in hand with our A-level History course. By taking the course, students will explore a wide range of topics, including the military, political, religious, social and cultural history of the ancient world.
In-depth knowledge of selected periods of ancient history will give learners the tools to formulate solid arguments and substantiated judgments. Additionally, students will understand Greek and Roman history in the context of neighbouring civilisations and establish critical connections between individuals, issues, identities and societies of the past.
By engaging with scarce historical evidence, students will develop an understanding of the historical periods studied and analytical methods applied to evaluate evidence. The course will also enhance learners’ perception of historical debates and enable them to compare different periods in context within ancient history.