The information below is provided as a guide only and does not guarantee entry to the University of Aberdeen.
2:1 (upper second class) UK Honours degree, or an Honours degree from a non-UK institution which is judged by the University to be of equivalent worth in Archaeology, Anthropology or a related discipline.
2:2 in Archaeology or related discipline plus related professional experience.
Months of entry
You use the latest technological advances to analyse human remains and provide answers to fundamental questions posed by archaeological exacavations. This is a specialist area of Archaeology from which University of Aberdeen can provide you with extensive museum collections within Marischal Museum in the beautiful Marischal College in the centre of Aberdeen. The collection also holds Neolithic to Medieval and post Medieval remains from medieval towns of Aberdeen, including 'Old Aberdeen' where the univeristy is situated, Perth, and St Andrews. There are also international materials from which you can publish results as part of staff and student projects. This is a developing field which may provide vital understanding of the past and how people lived in a lot more detail.
Industry Links and Careers
Graduates are employed in private or university based archeological consultancies and posts involve a lot of fieldwork and scientific reports.
Why Study at Aberdeen?
- You gain excellent experience of using the latest technologies and a range of projects to work from and you are taught by fieldworkers with experience in Northern Europe, Scandanavia, the North Atlantic and circumpolar regoin from Siberia to Canada.
- You get opportunities to work on exclusive partnership excavations in Alaska and Aberdeenshire.
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Course contact details
- Student Recruitment Officer
- 01224 272090