There are few better regions in Britain to study Archaeology, as the countryside of Eastern Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire contains a wealth of archaeological remains and its historic centres, such as Hull and Beverley, provide well preserved evidence for the development of Medieval townscapes.
What they say:
Archaeology is an integral branch of the History Department at the University of Hull and offers exciting and diverse opportunities for study and exploration. The department has many opportunities to become involved in archaeology, from full-time study to part-time courses, fieldwork opportunities and field schools as well as a range of on-going research projects. Modules draw on our close links with Hull Museums, with their internationally important collections which include Iron Age chariot burials, prehistoric boats, Roman mosaics and remains from Anglo-Saxon burials. Students also benefit from the expertise of the Humber region’s archaeologists, who contribute to the programme.
What we say:
Offering ae friendly environmnt in which our students learn; offering opportunities for students to study archaeology with other disciplines, inclduing join courses with the Geography department, as well as a range of part-time, evening and weekend courses, and a strong commitment to fieldwork training.
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