You will be taught via a mixture of large-group lectures and smaller, interactive seminars.
You will also have practical teaching:
- In one of our archaeology labs – dedicated to the study of materials, bones, zooarchaeology, archaeobotany, and isotope preparation
- Out in the field – as part of the compulsory fieldwork project and also via practical training at nearby Wollaton Hall
All new undergraduate students are allocated a peer mentor, to help you settle into life at Nottingham.
You are also assigned a personal tutor at the start of each academic year. Your personal tutor oversees your academic development and personal welfare.
100% of our class of 2020 graduated with a 1st or 2:1 degree classification. Source: UoN student outcomes data, Annual Monitoring (QDS) Analyses 2020.
Nine academics from the Department of Classics and Archaeology have received Advance HE recognition for their contribution to education, becoming Teaching Fellows.
- Field trips
- Lab sessions
- Practical classes