I should also add that last time I checked, the Classical Studies program at London was taught in translation only. However, if you want to sit the Greek exams for their Divinity programs at Heythrop College, you can go that route for one of the languages. Their programs are not exactly 'taught,' but you receive study guides and texts and then take one massive exam when you are ready. Each program is taught via one of London's constituent colleges - Divinity is through Heythrop, and Classical Studies is through Royal Holloway. I've never been a student at U of L, but I looked into them closely and check in to see what's new from time to time. If you're okay with their self-study and exam methodology (or can arrange a tutor), they offer some really neat opportunities.