- Induction Week
- Information for new undergraduate students 2020 - the 1st two weeks. Please note that details of student tutorial/other groups have been redacted from this version. You should receive a full version of this document by email or via Moodle.
- Degree Handbooks
- Modules and Timetables
All teaching timetables for this academic year are available on UCL Online Timetable.
- Policies, Forms and Guidelines
- Adjustments to marking criteria 2020-21
- IoA Undergraduate Progress Form (Term II)
- IoA Masters Progress Form (Term II)
- BA/BSc Dissertation Submission Form 2021
- MA/MSc Dissertation Submission Form 2021
- MA/MSc Dissertation Topic Form 2021
- IoA Collections Object Entry Form 2020
- UCL Netiquette for online behaviour
- Grounds for Extenuating Circumstances (UCL regulations)
- Extenuating Circumstance Form for Extension Requests
- Study Skills and Academic Writing
The IoA Academic Writing team is available to help UCL Institute of Archaeology students, both undergraduate and postgraduate, improve their academic writing skills in one-to-one sessions and various writing workshops. Available help covers everything from basic issues of essay organisation, citation and how to avoid plagiarism to argumentation and style. Whether the student is looking to improve upon what skills they already have; is unfamiliar with the writing styles and conventions, or is struggling to convey their responses - the Academic Writing team can help. Help is also available for non-native speakers of English. For further information on workshops and how to book tutorials, students should go to the dedicated IoA Academic Writing Moodle site.
For questions, please contact the Academic Writing Tutor, Dr Julia Shaw.
UCL has a number of resources available to help students improve their academic and writing skills:
The UCL Writing Lab is a free service which runs workshops, tutorials and support sessions to enhance academic writing and research skills for students in the Joint Faculties of Arts & Humanities and Social & Historical Science.
The UCL Language Centre offers full and part-time English for Academic Purposes and foundation courses for international students as well as foreign language courses.
The Academic Support website links to a number of useful resources specifically geared toward new or returning students looking to learn how to take responsibility for their own study.
- Student Support
For careers after UCL https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/study/careers
Research undertaken by Institute of Archaeology students should be designed and conducted in an ethical way and be compliant with existing UCL policy and relevant legislation. Further information is available on the IoA Ethics webpages: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/research/ethics