At the end of its first year, the University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute MA in Contemporary Art and Archaeology secured a 100 per cent satisfaction rating in the Postgraduate Teaching Experience Survey.
The national survey allows students to provide feedback on areas including learning and teaching, assessment and feedback, and organisation and management. Over 300 students from across the University of the Highlands and Islands partnership participated this year.
The Masters course, which launched in 2020, is led by Dr Antonia Thomas.
She said: “This is a brilliant result for our first year in this national survey and reflects the huge effort and talents of the teaching team. We would like to thank our students for their dedication and support over what has been a difficult year for everyone.
“This year will see 14 new students joining 18 continuing part-time students from last year. Students will be joining us online from not only across the UK but also Greece, Ireland, the USA and Canada and we are looking forward to meeting everyone and carrying on the art and archaeology conversations!”
For more information about the MA in Contemporary Art and Archaeology, click here.