Archaeology welcomes new students
Archaeology at Nottingham has always been a friendly and welcoming department. Our staff and students form a community, sharing a common enthusiasm for the past, whether it be centred upon:
- the origins of human culture
- the Greek and Roman world
- the Dark Ages
- the medieval period
Our students are encouraged to develop their own specialist interests, to be involved in the research and field projects carried out by staff, and to study in the relaxed and informal atmosphere which is so much a part of the department's character.
Welcome to the Department of Archaeology
Find out about your course, where to go and what to read.
Support during your studies from the School of Humanities.
Get to know the key staff in the Department of Archaeology.
Some of the most common queries new students to the Department of Archaeology have.
The Department of Archaeology's Peer Mentoring scheme.
Find out more about ArchSoc the student led society for the Department of Archaeology.
For help and support visit the Student Services Website or visit one of our Student Service Centres in person - locations are listed on the website.
Students can also contact Student Services on:
0115 74 86500 (external)
or ext 86500 (internal)
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