Bachelor in archaeology in Aarhus university
Students of archaeology study the relics of the past and our archaeological cultural heritage from the earliest human beings until today. With your nose in a book, your trowel in the ground and your eyes on the artefacts that you find, you will learn to interpret traces of the past and present your knowledge of the culture of our ancestors. You will learn to understand the living conditions and cultures of the past, and to use techniques of excavation and documentation as well as various methods of analysis. The teaching is based on lectures and classroom instruction, both of which involve active participation and two-way discussions between students and teachers.
Upper secondary school diploma and grade transcript , TOEFL ibT of 83, IELTS of 6.5, English B Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) (only grades A, B or C) or First Certificate with grade A or 180 points as a minimum on the Cambridge English Scale, (I)GCSE and (I)GCSE AS- and A-levels, IB at 24, The Study-test in Danish as a Foreign Language.
Archaeologist, Ethnologist, Museum Curator , Overseas Consultant , Researcher