Our first fieldtrip of the new semester took place yesterday, with some of our new undergraduate students joined by existing postgrads for an introduction to Orkney’s archaeology.
For the third year in a row our MA in Contemporary Art and Archaeology secured a 100 per cent satisfaction rating in the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, while our MLitt in Archaeological Studies scored 86 per cent.
We are now accepting students for our MA in Contemporary Art and Archaeology programme, which starts in September 2023.
The parish of Firth, in Orkney’s West Mainland, was the destination for Friday’s student fieldtrip looking at the finer details of walkover surveys.
A group of postgraduate students have been in South Ronaldsay this week carrying out survey work around the Howe of Hoxa.
The third, and final, day of our fieldtrip saw us depart Helmsdale early in the morning and head south.
Day two of the 2023 Student Easter fieldtrip.
Students from the UHI Archaeology Institute made their way to Helmsdale, Sutherland, yesterday for this year’s Easter Fieldtrip.
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.
Postgraduate students were out fieldwalking in Orkney’s West Mainland last week – their focus a newly ploughed field to the north-east of Maeshow