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- Egypt / Ancient India / Near East (EAINE)
- The Classical World
- Medieval and Post Medieval Archaeology
地點: Durham University
課程長度: 12 months
The MA in Bioarchaeology can be studied on a full-time and part-time basis. Through sets of specialist modules, skills-oriented classes and workshops, and dissertation research it provides the opportunity to advance your skills and knowledge in archaeology with a view to progressing to doctoral level research, or to pick up vital transferable skills ready for working in commercial archaeology or in the wider employment market. A unique feature of our MA is the provision of specialist strands within which you will study, allowing you to gain breadth and depth in your understanding of particular periods, areas and topics. The current strands are:
A degree in archaeology or a related subject entailing experience in historical, material culture and/or visual culture (e.g. Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Art History and Theory, History, Classics, Oriental Studies), with 2.1 honours or higher for UK degrees, or international equivalent (please consult the department on international equivalents). For mature students, relevant employment experience or other qualifications (again, you are welcome to consult with the department on this). Applicants are requested to indicate their interest in the strand they wish to follow in the personal statement of their application. Prior knowledge of strand-specific areas is not mandatory, but an ability to prove previous interest or experience in the strand area would be an advantage for your application. Two satisfactory references are required.
IELTS: 7.0 (No component under 6.5)
請注意：此成績僅為 University of Durham.
Around 4,500 students travel from over 150 countries to study in Durham each year and the university takes part in a number of international schemes including the Erasmus, Exchange and Study Abroad and Science Without Borders. As well as the normal services open to any student, there are also specific groups such as the International Students groups in the Student Union to help those from outside the UK integrate with their new surroundings. The colleges also have advice and help on hand for students in a range of topics including social care matters. During most of their time at the university, students are associated with a college and many live there for their first year then chose to "live-out" for the second before having both options for their remaining time. Colleges provide common rooms for students with other facilities including computer rooms, libraries and gyms. Most of the colleges have their own sports teams that take part in collegiate leagues as well as their own theatre company and even an orchestra. There are around 130 clubs and organisations across campus including special interest, service organisations and those involved with student government. The Durham Student's Union provides funding for these along with the Fresher's Ball and other social events. There are also some 45 volunteer projects to be involved with in the surrounding area.