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ArchaeologyPart of Humanities

Archaeology at Southampton Archaeology is a truly interdisciplinary subject that bridges the divide between the humanities and the sciences. Ranked 5th in the UK (The Guardian, 2021-22) and 29th in the world for Archaeology teaching and research (QS World University Rankings, 2019), we have huge international reputation, with high profile research projects carried out all over the world.
As an undergraduate, you can study Archaeology, or Archaeology and Anthropology, History, or Ancient History (either with or without a year abroad). We also offer integrated Masters courses, in both archaeological sciences and humanistic archaeology, where you complete a 4th year of study within your degree.  At postgraduate level, we offer MA/MSc Maritime Archaeology, MA Cultural Heritage Studies, MSc Business and Heritage Management and MSc Archaeology, the latter also available with specialist pathways in Bioarchaeology, Palaeoanthropology and Higher Archaeological Practice.

Studying Archaeology at Southampton

Archaeology at the University of Southampton is broad, diverse and multidisciplinary, with strong links to other subject areas.

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Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning programme gives you the opportunity to combine pleasure with learning, exploring literature, culture and history with a team of dedicated staff.

Events in Archaeology

Events in Archaeology

Find out what's happening in Archaeology, including the latest news and forthcoming events and research seminars.

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