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As the 'Global University of the North', Archaeology at Aberdeen has a special high-latitude focus that is not found anywhere else.
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Archaeology can lead to exciting research, teaching and curatorial positions in museums at local and international level. Archaeology is extensively used to support heritage sites worldwide but also feeds other educational areas including local history, and planning. As a professional you can expect to either work for an organisation or as a consultant.
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Why Study at Aberdeen
- You are taught by research active staff with interests locally, in Northern Europe and Scandinavia and the North Atlantic up to Siberia and Canada.
- The university works in partnership with villages in Alaska to record sites threatened by rising sea levels. The Shire is rich in archaeology plus the more famous sites on Orkney and Shetland.
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