Archaeology

Student study space

Our dedicated and informal study areas and computer labs are complemented by a host of other study resources nearby.

Library with a statue

The School's premises contain modern facilities for the study of Archaeology.

The split-level student library on the top floor provides a tranquil and airy study space, and there are informal learning areas throughout the William Robertson wing.

The building also contains dedicated computer laboratories including postgraduate computer facilities with scanners and specialist mapping and illustration software.

Main Library

Located just off George Square, the School is conveniently situated for access to the University’s Main Library. Home to many unique collections, the Library's extensive modernisation has included additions such as study pods, improved computer facilities and new cafe and social areas.

Other resources for research

The School is also fortunate to be situated close to a number of institutions providing excellent research resources: