An A Level in Classical Civilisation will enhance your chances of being accepted into university, whatever course you apply for. You may wish to continue your journey into the classical world and specialise in Classics, or use your classical background as the foundation for subjects like English Literature, History, Law, Archaeology, Anthropology, Politics, Theology and Philosophy.

A good number of Classics graduates move on to become solicitors through a law conversion course. Studying Classics at university leads to high degrees of employability in various sectors, such as teaching, civil services, financial institutions and journalism. This is because the skills and knowledge acquired through the study of Classics are highly transferable to other areas: students emerge with the ability to deal with precise details, the habit of being consistently prepared to perform and the sense of perspective that comes from the study of such a long and broad sweep of history and culture.