Archaeological research at Aberdeen spans the the arts and humanities, physical and biological sciences, reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the Archaeology and the collaborative ethos within the University. We are at the forefront of pushing the boundaries of our understanding of northern cultural diversity both in the past and present.
We also currently support research opportunities in a wide range of subject areas culminating in a Masters Degree by Research (MPhil) or a Doctoral Degree (PhD).
We are taking a well-deserved break from digging this summer (2016), but don't worry, the Nunalleq fieldschool will be back next year. In the meantime, follow our blog for updates on how the Nunalleq team are spending the summer without their trowels - post-ex, lab work, writing up the results of this great project, and community archaeology in Alaska!
This taught MSc in Archaeology of the North is the only degree of its kind in the world, reflecting the unique research focus of the Department of Archaeology. Apply for 2016/2017 entry now!
Click here for information about our Flexible Archaeology programme, offered through the Centre for Lifelong Learning. Take individual courses or an entire MA or BSc Archaeology degree part-time and off-campus, via the internet from anywhere in the world.