University of Exeter Archaeology
University of Exeter Archaeology, BA
Our Archaeology degrees enable you to explore both the academic and practical aspects of a fascinating discipline. Building on a firm foundation of the subject in the first year, our degrees give you the opportunity to develop your own particular interests. From the microscopic analysis of ancient artefacts to the exploration of entire fossilised landscapes, from understanding prehistoric villages to recording historic buildings, archaeology has something to offer. As you work through your degree, you can create your own specialism, culminating in a dissertation on a topic of your choice, supported by one-to-one tuition.
Entry requirements 2018
AAB-BBB; IB 34-30
Programmes with Study Abroad
Entry for programmes ‘with Study Abroad’ is offered on the basis that you will spend your time abroad at an institution where the teaching and examining is delivered in English. However, we also have partners that teach in French, Spanish and German. Should you wish to study at one of these institutions you will need to take modules through the Foreign Language Centre up to ‘Advanced’ standard in the appropriate language. In order to reach this standard before the year abroad, students usually need to have entered the University with the equivalent of a good GCSE or AS level (or higher) in that language.
Please read the important information about our Typical offer.
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