3 years (PhD), 1 year (MPhil) (Full-time) / Opportunities available (Part-time) / n/a (Distance / E-Learning)
To offer knowledge and expertise for a career in research, academia, heritage, museums, contract work and consultancy.
We offer a full range of expertise in the archaeology of Britain, Europe and the Mediterranean from 5000 BC-1000 AD, with particular strengths in the following research areas:
- British Prehistory
- The European Neolithic
- The Celtic World
- The Anglo-Saxons and Vikings
- Medieval Culture and Society
- The Greek and Roman Worlds
- Ancient Egypt
- Ancient Technologies and Materials Analysis
- Archaeological Heritage Management
- Wide geographical coverage in research groups, from north-west Scotland to the Levant and Egypt.
- Broad chronological coverage, from early Holocene to the medieval period.
UK & EU Full Time (fees are for 2015/16, unless otherwise stated):
UK & EU Part Time (fees are for 2015/16, unless otherwise stated):
International Full Time (fees are for 2015/16, unless otherwise stated):
International Part Time (fees are for 2015/16, unless otherwise stated):
Information on the school's programmes in conservation can be found on the Archaeology Research Degrees web page.
Suitable for graduates in archaeology, history, ancient history, conservation science and chemistry, and other related and relevant disciplines in the humanities, social sciences and biological and physical sciences.
Applicants should normally possess a Masters degree in a subject related to their research interests.
Note: International students pursuing part-time programmes of study are not eligible for Tier 4 General Student) visas and must have alternative leave to remain in the UK if they intend to study at the University in person.
Next intake: The University has four entry points for research degrees; 1st October, 1st January, 1st April or 1st July
Name: Dr Peter Guest
Telephone: +44 (0)29 2087 6538