We warmly welcome enquiries about postgraduate research and we offer supervision in a wide range of areas. To find out what topics our academic experts can supervise, visit our Research Supervisors page. To explore what our current research students are working on, visit our Current Research Students page.
Postgraduate taught courses
course examines how archaeological and other heritage sites, as well
as artefact collections, are studied and managed. The programme takes an
overtly international approach and includes the study of both museology
and international heritage law.
MRes (Masters in Research) programme is intended to prepare students
for research at MPhil/PhD level. Students devote most of their time to
researching and writing an extended dissertation, but also take modules in various aspects of research methodology.
This exciting new course gives students the opportunity to study the practical and theoretical aspects of human remains and funerary studies in archaeology, and what they may tell us about the life, health and death of past populations.