Tuition fees for postgraduate research degrees are set by the University. The Department of Archaeology charge fees at the lower (classroom-based) rate, regardless of your MA or MSc programme. Find more guidance on tuition fees and budgeting.
The University offers information on funding opportunities available to applicants, both internal and external, which include:
Please get in touch with our Director of Postgraduate Research (Steve Ashby) or your potential supervisor if you wish to discuss these funding opportunities.
The Department often hold funded PhD studentships tied to particular projects or research or training networks. These opportunities will appear here as they become available:
This prestigious NERC funded Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) brings together the very best in environmental, ecological and evolutionary research.
Opportunities that are currently closed may reopen for the next academic year.
Full funding for international students applying to study a PhD degree for 2021/22 entry.
We're pleased to offer up to ten joint-funded PhD scholarships in collaboration with the China Scholarships Council (CSC).
We have three full fee scholarships on offer for students entering a one-year taught or research Masters in 2021.