There are about 60 students per year taking BA Archaeology and BA Archaeological Practice at this thriving university college. Field work and practical archaeology are a particular focus. MA courses and research degrees also offered.
Reading has a friendly and energetic Department of Archaeology, with an international reputation in research and teaching. They have their own modern building and as part of the School of Human and Environmental Sciences, have access to a wide range of excellent scientific facilities, laboratories and expertise.
This course is delivered by Truro College, this one year programme is equivalent to the final year of a degree course. Students should have already completed a Foundation Degree or HND in a relevant subject. The programme contains extensive fieldwork, museum work and artefact care, providing the opportunity for students to undertake surveys and discover [...]
BA/BSc degrees in Anthropology with a selection of archaeology courses, especially in human evolution and osteology, as well as postgraduate degrees in Anthropology.
Exeter has approximately 250 students in total, and currently offers five undergraduate programmes in Archaeology, and five taught Masters programmes.
Archaeology at Kent was ranked 4th and Classics was ranked 8th for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 201. Kent offers a range of courses covering Archaeology, Ancient History and Classics. Students have considerable freedom of choice over the subjects to be studied: one can exclusively study modules in Ancient History, Archaeology or [...]
Teaches European, Classical and World Archaeology from the Bronze Age to the post-Roman period. Excavation/projects in the UK: Danebury Environs, The Hillforts of the Ridgeway, Artefacts from Eynsham Abbey, Iron Age axe heads, Early Medieval leatherworking in England and the Wessex Hillforts Project. The Hillforts of the Ridgeway project includes a training excavation. The Institute, [...]
UCL is the largest archaeological department in the country and offers an exceptionally wide range of topics covering both archaeological practice and cultural area studies.
The department offers part-time courses for general interest or leading towards a certificate, diploma or advanced diploma.
Teaches undergraduate courses in archaeology and history from Classical Greece to Medieval Europe. Several practical training projects and excavations in Britain, Romania and Italy.