The programme equips you to go on to advanced study, and also provides a solid foundation for a career.
In addition to academic development, you will be able to acquire analytical and teamworking skills, which can be applied in a variety of contexts.
Examples of career paths available to archaeology graduates (although some may require additional training) include: higher education, heritage management and agencies, commercial archaeology, environmental assessment, schools (if combined with another subject), tourism/travel.
An archaeology degree does not, of course, restrict you to a career in archaeology. You may develop your own career pathway in unusual ways or branch into related fields, while maintaining a lifelong interest and involvement in archaeological work and research.
Visit our Careers Service website for more information on your career options, job search, marketing yourself and making the most of your time as a student.