Spending the summer abroad allows you to get a taste of living and working internationally without committing to a full year. Summer schools or International Study Centres (ISCs) can enhance your global awareness and improve employability, leadership and advocacy skills.
Undergraduate Archaeology students studying abroad for credit-replacing exchange can apply to the following universities for 2020/21:
Leiden University Study in English
Lund University Study in English
For academic queries, including joint honours options, contact your supervisor or the Departmental International Officer, Dr James Taylor: email@example.com
Undergraduate Archaeology students may also apply to study abroad at one of York’s worldwide exchanges, which are open to students from most other departments at the University.
Whilst there are no exclusive worldwide exchanges for archaeology students, the exchange with Rhodes University, South Africa is only available to students from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
Explore the Year In Industry, Placement year options, or summer international internships, if you are interested in work opportunities outside the UK.
Further information can be found on our web page.
Depending on your programme of studies, you may be interested in:
What to expect
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As well as attending International Study Centres, in recent years Archaeology students have been to the following destinations:
|Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management||PG||Germany||Dombauwerkstatt Naumberg||Erasmus+ work placement||4 months April-Aug|
2 months June-July
|Cultural Heritage Management||PG||Denmark||National Museum of Denmark||Research/Placement||1 week April|
|Archaeology||PG||Italy||University of Turin||Research/Placement||1 month August|