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Alumni

When you graduate from Archaeology you will become part of the University’s global community of over 183,000 alumni.

As a former student you will be able to take advantage of a range of benefits, services and events.

Wherever you are in the world we would love you to stay in touch with us, and with your fellow alumni from Archaeology and across the University.

Linking up with others

Find out more about our worldwide community. Seek out old friends or develop your professional contacts.

Taking part in events

The Alumni Relations Office organises events throughout the year in the UK and overseas.

Making use of our services

From lifelong access to University resources to discounts at selected retailers, there are many benefits.

Key facts

The University has branches and groups in 173 countries.

A special way of sharing career experience and developing professional contacts.

Where are they now?

Find out what our alumni have to say about their time at Southampton and what they are doing now.

 

Photo of Crystal El Safadi

Following my first MA, I wished to continue furthering my education at Southampton because I experienced and knew what it can offer. I was then fortunate to be awarded a scholarship for a second MA in Maritime Archaeology and for a PhD.

Crystal El Safadi - PhD in Archaeology
Photo of Petra Jones

As soon as I came for my interview day, I decided I wanted to come and study at the Archaeology department at the University of Southampton. The whole atmosphere gave me confidence and put me at ease.

Petra Jones - BA Archaeology
Photo of Jake Rowland

Arriving at the department in my first year I was enthused by how passionate the lecturers were about archaeology and their research.

Jake Rowland - MSci Archaeology
Photo of Joanna Tonge

"The opportunities available to me at Southampton have been amazing in breadth and how rewarding they have been for me. I have investigated archaeology throughout the entirety of human time, travelling to Bulgaria, Spain, Lithuania and across the UK"

Joanna Tonge - MA Maritime Archaeology
Photo of Matt Wisdom

I’ve gained invaluable experience in a wide range of archaeological skills and it's been a fantastic opportunity to meet people working at the forefront of Palaeoanthropology.

Matt Wisdom - BA Archaeology and Anthropology

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