The Summer School will be held on the ground floor of the University of Liverpool’s Rendall building. This features a large communal space surrounded by eight lecture theatres (with capacities ranging from 50 to 200) and five seminar rooms (each holding between 20 and 30). The Rendall building is situated near to the department of Archaeology,Classics and Egyptology,and so will be perfect for our needs. Holding all courses in a single building will give us a central hub and give everyone the chance to socialise with all participants on the Summer School.
Click here for a map of the university campus and our location.
Click here for directions and parking information.
For those who are traveling from outside Liverpool,single en suite accommodation is available in University Halls. The cost per person per night will included bed,breakfast and evening meal. Transport will also be provided between the accommodation and the department each day.
Accommodation can now be booked through the online shop as a package with the course fee –see the link below (scroll all the way to the bottom for accommodation).
If you would like to pay by cheque,please download and complete the booking form.
Alternatively,you can pay by credit card through our online shops:
If you would like to book and pay online for the Liverpool Ancient Worlds Summer School,including accommodation,click here.
If you would like to book and pay online for the Summer School for Teachers of Ancient History GCSE,click here here.
The tuition fee for all courses is:
One week £150
Two weeks £260
Hieroglyph/Sanskrit/Coptic Short Courses (3 days) £90
Akkadian Short Course (2 days) £60
A non-refundable deposit of £25 is required when booking to secure your place;we will contact you for the balance before the Summer School begins.
In the unlikely event that a course is cancelled,any fees paid will be fully refunded or a place offered on an alternative course. Refunds for individual cancellations will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
The University of Liverpool is a leading international centre for the study of the ancient world – from the archaeology of human evolution,through ancient Egypt and the Near East to Greek and Roman history,culture and literature,and Iron Age Europe.
For more details of our programmes,go to www.liv.ac.uk/sace