‌Archaeology Postgraduate Open Day

Date of next Open Day - 5 December 2018

Are you interested in pursuing an MA/MSc or PhD with us? The department has a vibrant research community and our open day will give you a chance to find out more about what we do, and to talk to staff and students about your interests and choices. This open day welcomes both current students at York who are thinking about staying on with us, as well as prospective postgraduate students who are thinking of coming to York for the first time.

The open day will start at The King's Manor in the city centre (map) and the programme is as follows:

11.00 - 11.15 Arrival and Reception at King's Manor K/159 

11.15-11.45: Welcome and Talk (Director of Graduate Taught Programmes) K/133

11.45-12.30: Tour of King's Manor and Facilities

12.30-13.30: Lunch and meet with the Programme Directors K/159

13.30-13.45: Bus to Campus (Environment Building) - optional

13.45-15.15: Tour around Campus (Environment Building)

15.15-15.30: Bus back to King's Manor

Please contact Helen Chan, Postgraduate Administrator, to register (helen.chan@york.ac.uk), with the following details: 

  • which programme/s are you interested to study?
  • do you wish to attend the optional tour of the Heslington campus?
  • do you have any accessibility requirements?
  • do you have any special dietary requirements?

‌Arts and Humanities Faculty Open Afternoon

Date - 14 November 2018 1pm to 5pm

Our Postgraduate Open Afternoon is an ideal opportunity to find out more about postgraduate study in the Arts and Humanities at York.  Further details and registration information can be found here.

Postgraduate Virtual Open Day

If you cannot come to visit us in person, our next Virtual Open Day will take place on 20 November 2018, 3pm to 5pm. Registration will be open shortly - find more details and sign up. Staff and students from across the University will be available to answer your questions, from accommodation to course-specific enquiries. Note that all Archaeology Programmes (including science-based ones) will take place during the Arts and Humanities session.