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Studying at the UCL Institute of Archaeology

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Bill Sillar ,

UCL Institute of Archaeology, London WC1H 0PY, GB
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Lisa Daniel,

UCL Institute of Archaeology, London WC1H 0PY, GB
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Charlotte Frearson

UCL Institute of Archaeology, London WC1H 0PY, GB
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Abstract

Ranked 1st in The Guardian (2013) league table for studying archaeology


Ranked 2nd in The Times (2013) ‘Good University Guide’


100% of Institute undergraduate finalists expressed satisfaction with our teaching and support in the UK National Student Surveys 2010 and 2011

Students at the UCL Institute of Archaeology discover the rich diversity of the human past, exploring societies from two million years ago to the present day, and asking questions of relevance to our shared global future. To address these questions students integrate the humanities and the sciences; using a wide range of approaches to collect, evaluate and interpret relevant evidence. At UCL and during survey and excavation projects students make life-long friends while developing teamwork, management and leadership skills. Studying archaeology demands energy and enthusiasm, it challenges expectations while developing the problem-solving and transferable skills which all employers are looking for. Graduates from the Institute go on to make wide-ranging contributions to society, including business, academia and archaeology.

How to Cite: Sillar, B., Daniel, L. and Frearson, C., 2013. Studying at the UCL Institute of Archaeology. Archaeology International, 16, pp.7–10. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.1612
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