Tuition fees are set by the University. Information regarding the fees and how to pay them can be found through the following link. In addition, there is a useful money guide and information about temporary and part time work.
In recognition of the success the Department has enjoyed over the last few years and in recognition of the excellence of our Masters students and programmes, the Department is pleased to be able to offer a number of bursaries for the academic year 2013/14.
We are offering FIVE competitive bursaries of £5,000 each.
All applicants who have been offered a conditional or unconditional place on one of our Masters programmes by Friday 24 May will be eligible. Directors of Studies will assess the applications and forward their rankings to the Departmental Post-Graduate Awards Committee, which will make the final decision.
Successful Candidates will be notified by 1st June.
There are a range of scholarships offered in the University and some years these may be applicable to Archaeology students. We suggest you look at each type of scholarship carefully to see whether it is applicable to you.
Outside of these Departmental and University awards, you will have to find alternative ways to fund your postgraduate study. This can be a frustrating search, but funding is available: