Tuition fees for postgraduate taught 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:
Two departmental bursaries are awarded to the best overall academic applicants.
The Department offers a £1,000 discount to students coming through from its undergraduate BA/BSc programmes in the current year. This is in addition to the University Masters fee discount scheme.
The Feilden Centenary Scholarship for international students commemorates respected conservation architect, Sir Bernard Feilden.
Three departmental scholarships are awarded to international applicants with the strongest academic background.
This scholarship will contribute £2,000 to one student each year studying for a MSc or MA on one of the Department's Masters taught courses.
You must hold an offer from the Department before applying for overseas scholarships, but you do not have to have accepted your place to be considered.
We award many international scholarships per year, recognising achievement by applying a tuition fee discount.
We award the highest-achieving students with our prestigious Vice-Chancellor's scholarships.
Opportunities that are currently closed may reopen for the next academic year.
Chevening Scholarships enable outstanding emerging leaders from all over the world to pursue a one-year Masters degree in the UK. Chevening looks for the kind of people who have the passion, ideas, and influence to provide the solutions and leadership needed to create a better future.
We're pleased to offer one Equal Access Scholarship for a taught postgraduate student seeking refuge in the UK.
We're offering six scholarships to students from Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Nepal and Sri Lanka in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign.
Thanks to the generous support of alumnus Richard House, we can help ensure that the opportunity to study for a Masters degree is open to all.
We have three full fee scholarships on offer for students entering a one-year taught or research Masters in 2021.