UCL Institute of Archaeology
The Institute offers Undergraduate, Graduate Taught and Graduate Research Programmes to UK/EU and overseas students. Opportunities are also available to members of the public to take courses at the Institute and to affiliate students wishing to spend some time at the Institute during their own degree programmes.
Coronavirus / Covid-19
Happy New Year to all of the Institute of Archaeology (IoA) community. We have now entered another period of national lockdown and while the UCL campus remains open, the Gordon Square building is closed, with limited opening for staff and research students only for specialist access as needed. The Institute of Archaeology Library is currently closed.
While the start of 2021 is not perhaps what we had hoped for, and Coronavirus-related challenges are ongoing, please be assured that IoA staff continue to develop and deliver innovative forms of teaching and learning activities of the highest quality to our students. The majority of staff continue to work remotely but are fully online (via email or MSTeams), providing pastoral and other support to our students as usual. Face to face teaching activities for this term have been postponed for now and we await further information from government and UCL Senior Management about when these may resume. (read more...)
Professor Sue Hamilton, Director of the UCL Institute of Archaeology (6 January 2021)