You'll develop valuable data-analysis skills, learn to interpret information and communicate findings to others.
We are fortunate to have The Great North Museum: Hancock on campus. This museum is home to collections that previously were at the Shefton Museum of Greek Art and Archaeology and the Museum of Antiquities.
Newcastle and its surrounding region has a wealth of archaeological sites, including Hadrian's Wall, associated Roman settlements and the many medieval castles along the Northumberland Coast.
Newcastle is one of the few universities to teach Late Antique and Byzantine archaeology in addition to Greek and Roman archaeology. We also offer archaeology combined with history to study the more recent past.
Our Degree Programmes
We offer a range of undergraduate degree programmes. Our degrees can be:
single honours (a degree that concentrates on one main subject)
- joint honours (study two complementary subjects as part of a single degree programme)
- Combined Honours (study two or three subjects together)
At Newcastle we offer the following archaeology degree programmes:
You can also study archaeology within the following joint and combined programmes:
International and exchange students
We welcome applications from international, Erasmus, study-abroad and exchange students. For further information, visit our International and Exchange Students page.