Archaeology at the University of Manchester involves the study of past humanity: how humans have learned to live in the world, shaping it through their actions. From the evolution of our species to the transformations wrought by the Industrial Revolution, our degree will enable you to explore a fascinating range of different cultures, through their […]
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 School welcomes all those who have an interest or passion in things archaeological and, or geographical that they wish to develop in an academic way.
The Main subjects taught are world archaeology, archaeological theory and archaeological science. The department and associated staff are involved in archaeological projects world-wide, ranging from Argentina to Kazakhstan.
Rated as one of the top 100 universities in the world, Durham’s archaeology courses cover a wide range of topics. The department runs training excavations in Co Durham & Northumberland. Fieldwork projects in Syria, Romania, Egypt, France and India as well as in the UK.
Exeter has approximately 250 students in total, and currently offers five undergraduate programmes in Archaeology, and five taught Masters programmes.