The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute MSc in archaeological practice is a world-leading course that equips students with the tools for work in the real world.
There are some places available for the course, which gets under way in September 2021.
Key practical skills are emphasised using the rich archaeological resources of Orkney as a research “laboratory”.
Core modules develop practical skills in a suite of archaeological techniques including project management, excavation, non-intrusive field archaeology, environmental archaeology and post-excavation analysis.
Highlights of the course include:
- The opportunity to study in the outstanding archaeological landscape of Orkney – including the Ness of Brodgar, The Cairns and the island of Rousay.
- Modules allow you to develop professional skills in a range of areas including archaeobotany, archaeozoology, geoarchaeology, survey and geophysics, digital recording of archaeological materials and sites.
- Three-month professional placement gives the chance to further develop your professional skills in a chosen area(s).
To discuss your options on either course, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details, including how to apply, click here.