Canterbury Christ Church University

      Archaeology, BA - 2017/18

      Canterbury Christ Church University
      In Canterbury

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      Typology Bachelor's degree
      Location Canterbury
      Start September
      • Bachelor's degree
      • Canterbury
      • Start:
        September
      Description

      Fact file UCAS code V400 Archaeology VT47 Archaeology and American Studies VQ43 and English Literature G8YA and Forensic Investigation VR41 and French VF48 and Geography VV41 and History V4VP and Religion, Philosophy and Ethics V401 and Spanish V990 and Theology Length 3 years full-time6 years part-time Starts September 2017 Entry requirements A typical offer would be 112 UCAS Tariff points. More entry requirement details. Location Canterbury School Humanities More about BA Archaeology

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      Starts Location
      September
      Canterbury
      North Holmes Road, CT1 1QU, Kent, England
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      Starts September
      Location
      Canterbury
      North Holmes Road, CT1 1QU, Kent, England
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      What you'll learn on the course

      Archaeology
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      University
      Humanities

      Course programme

      Canterbury Christ Church University is located within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, making it an ideal place to study archaeology. Archaeology is the study of the human past through its physical remains. It encompasses a range of practical and academic skills that draw on both the natural sciences and the humanities. Kent is rich in heritage and archaeological remains, and Canterbury is one of the most significant historical and cultural centres in Britain. Canterbury Christ Church University is itself situated in a World Heritage Site stretching from the Cathedral to the ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey. So what better place to study archaeology? We offer modules on archaeological techniques and modules dedicated to prehistoric, Roman, and medieval archaeology. You also have the option of undertaking funded fieldwork placements during the summer period. Archaeology is a fascinating and complex subject, and the degree helps you to consolidate a wide range of skills that are attractive to employers in the public and commercial sectors, particularly in areas of heritage, education, conservation, museums, and media. Students on this programme are also eligible to apply to study for a year in North America as part of their degree. Archaeology students reported 100% satisfaction on matters such as ‘staff are good at explaining things’, ‘staff are enthusiastic about what they teach’, and ‘I have been able to contact staff when I needed to.’ University Student Survey, 2015

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