Archaeology at St Andrews is a multidisciplinary subject that draws on material culture from a wide chronological and geographical area, from the Bronze Age to the Medieval periods, and from the Mediterranean to Scotland.
In your studies, you will use different methodologies to understand past societies. Topics can include landscape studies, gender, death, islands. You will get to examine material such as pottery from the University’s own collection and learn new techniques.
Modules and degrees involving archaeology at St Andrews lay the foundation for you to take a specialist position anywhere in the world, including in conservations studies, cultural heritage, museums, or teaching.