The third of our three short courses starting in January focuses on runes – a writing system that developed in western Europe in the first millennium AD.
Are you interested in the history and archaeology of landscapes? If so, you may be interested in a 12-week course starting in January 2024.
The UHI is hosting a free online event on December 7 aimed at those contemplating a humanities degree.
Starting in January 2024, Archaeology and Local Studies is a ten-week course open to anyone interested in learning a bit more about archaeology.
Our MLitt in Archaeological Studies is accepting students to start in January 2024.
UHI Archaeology Institute are offering places to study on the Archaeology BA (Hons), Archaeology Joint Honours BA (Hons), Archaeological Sciences BSc (Hons) and Archaeological and Environmental Sciences BSc (Hons) through UCAS Clearing 2023.
We are now accepting students for our MA in Contemporary Art and Archaeology programme, which starts in September 2023.
Our three Master’s courses – MLitt in Archaeological Studies, MSc in Archaeological Practice and MA in Contemporary Art and Archaeology – are accepting students for a September 2023 start.
Our BSc (Hons) in archaeology and environmental studies is one of a trio of courses that have placed the UHI first in Scotland in the “Earth and Marine Sciences” category of The Guardian newspaper’s 2023 University Guide.
The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute’s BSc (Hons) in archaeology and environmental studies is one of a trio of courses that have placed the UHI first in Scotland in the “Earth and Marine Sciences” category of The Guardian newspaper’s 2022 University Guide.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has been rated as one of the top universities in the UK for postgraduate students
There are still places available on our undergraduate archaeology courses – BA (Hons) Archaeology and BSc (Hons) Archaeological Science.
There are still a limited number of funded places for students looking to undertake an MLitt in Archaeological Studies or an MSc in Archaeological Practice at the University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute.
Martin Carruthers, a lecturer at the University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute has been voted the Most Engaging Video Conference Lecturer in the 2021 HISA Awards.