The free event is designed for prospective students, careers advisers, teachers and anyone with an interest in the subject, organised by University Archaeology UK and the Council for British Archaeology, with the support of the British Museum.
Come along to find out what archaeology is all about, what it’s like to study it at university and the careers that archaeology students can go in to.
You’ll find out everything you need to know about studying this exciting and incredibly broad subject, which combines arts, humanities and sciences to develop a mix of highly employable skills, which can open doors to all kinds of careers.
Attendees will meet lecturers and current students from archaeology departments across the UK, as well as professional bodies and employers, and a get a chance to explore first hand what it’s like to study archaeology at university and the careers opportunities available afterwards.
They will also have the opportunity to ask questions about degree programmes and institutions, applications and careers.
A series of panel sessions, streamed online, will also show the breadth of the subject, cutting-edge research and some of the latest finds and debates, as well as covering application tips, careers advice and more.
Come to University Archaeology Day and find out what an archaeology degree can do for you.
For more details on studying at the University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute, click here.