A future in the past! All set for University Archaeology Day

The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute is among the organisations represented at the 20th University Archaeology Day tomorrow, Thursday, October 22.

Explore the possibilities for a future in the past! An archaeology degree can open doors to all kinds of careers, and at the University Archaeology Day you can find out everything you need to know about studying this exciting subject.

The online event is designed for prospective students, teachers and parents to learn about the degree programmes on offer across the UK, to discover the range of career opportunities that an archaeology degree can lead to, and to hear about some of the latest archaeological research.

Most of the country’s top archaeology departments will be represented, along with a range of organisations that promote the subject and employ archaeology graduates. There will also be a full programme of talks and activities covering application tips, careers advice, and a wide range of archaeological topics including some of the latest finds and cutting-edge research.

Archaeology is a very broad subject that combines arts, humanities and sciences and is great for developing a mixture of academic and practical skills. Come to the University Archaeology Day to find out what an archaeology degree can do for you!

For more details of studying at the University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute, click here.