Careers with an Archaeology Degree

A degree in Archaeology equips students to work in a wide range of settings and organisations. Throughout the degree, which includes 70 days of field work, students develop the ability to work collaboratively and effectively within teams as well as working independently in order to execute research. They develop strong research and analytical skills and an appreciation of the importance of recovering primary data through practical experience. They learn to communicate effectively verbally, visually and in writing to diverse audiences and develop a sensitivity to different cultures.

Data gathered 6 months after graduation.
Undergraduate UK and EU students only.
Work + Study
Other *

* ’Other’ includes those graduates who were travelling, not available for employment or unemployed.

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