The Institute offers a number of MA and MSc degrees that, unless otherwise indicated, are all available either full-time over 1 year (12 months) or part-time over 2 years, commencing late September.
The Institute is recognised for the excellence of its teaching and student experience, at graduate as well as undergraduate level, as reflected in numerous university league tables and National Student Survey results. Some of the information that you need to apply for a graduate study at UCL is available from the central UCL website but our departmental pages here give you detailed background information about the Instititute, our staff, students and degree programmes.
|MA in Archaeology|
|MA in Archaeology and Heritage of Asia|
|MA Archaeology and Heritage of Egypt and the Middle East|
|MA in Artefact Studies|
|MA in Comparative Art and Archaeology||Not running in 2019/20|
|MA in Cultural Heritage Studies|
|MA in Managing Archaeological Sites|
|MA in Mediterranean Archaeology|
|MA in Museum Studies||Closed to new applications|
|MA in Principles of Conservation|
|MA in Public Archaeology|
|MA in Materials Anthropology Design (joint degree with UCL Anthropology)|
Contact the Institute of Archaeology Graduate Admissions Administrator
Miss Lisa Daniel
UCL Institute of Archaeology
University College London
31-34 Gordon Square
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7679 7499
Graduate Taught Modules
View all Modules at a glance. Please be aware that not all modules will be available on all Programmes. Please see individual Graduate Taught Programme pages to see which core and optional modules are available for each Programme. Modules may also be subject to change.