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What drew me to archaeology at Nottingham was not only the beautiful campus and great facilities, but also the fantastic curriculum the department could offer.
Andy Watson, BA Archaeology
Concentrate on studying archaeology.
Archaeology BAUnderstand the discipline of archaeology and how archaeologits interpret the past
Archaeology BSc Integrate scientific approaches with human perspectives on the past
Historical archaeology BAStudy the material remains of past societies alongside their written records
Combine studying archaeology with another subject.
An exciting new degree, starting in 2018, for academically strong, ambitious students.
Explore your subject interest within a framework of problem-solving, enquiry and exploration.
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I looked at several universities but settled on Nottingham because even on the open days, the lecturers took an interest in me, what I did, and what I was passionate about, and that filled me with confidence that Nottingham would be the place for me – and I was right!
Jenni Hatton, BSc Archaeology
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There are some issues that fall between what friends can help with and what you are willing to ask a lecturer you have never met before, and the Peer Mentoring scheme fills that gap perfectly.
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