The University of Edinburgh provides an ideal environment in which to obtain a Masters degree in Mediterranean Archaeology.
This programme allows you to explore some of the most important developments in Mediterranean and Near Eastern archaeology and undertake original research for a dissertation on a topic of your own choosing.
Teaching and research in Archaeology have a distinguished tradition in the University of Edinburgh, where there are several areas of expertise, including:
Tailored and flexible courses enable you to develop an understanding of current theories, methodologies and major research issues, as well as knowledge of specific periods and regions. The topics introduce current research themes, staff research projects and potential PhD subjects, while providing a good foundation for future participation in excavation, survey and/or lab work.
Modern facilities in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology include new laboratories for teaching the practical aspects of archaeological study, as well as dedicated study space, specialist computing laboratories, and extensive teaching and reference collections of archaeological materials.
We are dedicated to encouraging new researchers in various fields of archaeological study. Contact the programme director (below) or a member of staff for more information about what Edinburgh can offer you and how we can help develop your career and interests in archaeology.
This article was published on Mar 26, 2012