Archaeology of North Western Europe

Dauer:
1 Jahre
Sprache:
Englisch
Zulassung:
For more information about admission and application please visit:
http://www.vu.nl/en/programmes/international-masters/programmes/a-b/archaeology-of-north-western-europe/admission-requirements-and-application/index.asp
Hinweis
Application deadline: 1 May (1 April if you want to use the housing options of the VU)
Worum geht's im Studium

From Roman villa landscapes in the southern Netherlands to the shipyards of the VOC.

The Master’s programme ‘Archaeology of Northwest Europe’ covers the period from the Late Iron Age into the Early Modern period. The two specialisations in this programme are: ‘Late Iron Age and Roman archaeology of Northwest Europe’ and ‘Medieval and Early Modern archaeology’. 


Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has a leading position in research and teaching in the field of late prehistory and the Roman era in Northwest Europe. Archaeology of the Middle Ages and of the early modern period is a specialism of the University of Amsterdam. Thus, the two universities together cover 3000 years of west-European archaeology. 

The particular interest of this programme lies with settlement archaeology, the archaeology of ritual, integration processes in the Roman Empire and studies of city centres and material culture. Close links exist between the teaching subjects and the results of current fieldwork and other research projects, from the Roman villa landscapes in the southern Netherlands to the shipyards of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in the heart of Amsterdam.


Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has a leading position in research and teaching in the field of late prehistory and the Roman era in Northwest Europe. Archaeology of the Middle Ages and of the early modern period is a specialism of the University of Amsterdam. Thus, the two universities together cover 3000 years of west-European archaeology. The particular interest of this programme lies with settlement archaeology, the archaeology of ritual, integration processes in the Roman Empire and studies of city centres and material culture. Close links exist between the teaching subjects and the results of current fieldwork and other research projects, from the Roman villa landscapes in the southern Netherlands to the shipyards of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in the heart of Amsterdam.

Career prospects
When you hold a master's degree (MA) in the Archaeology of Northwest Europe, you are very well prepared for a professional career in archaeology. You will be fully qualified to work in Dutch commercial archaeology, and to eventually supervise your own archaeological fieldwork projects. You can also work with archaeological companies in other countries in Northwest Europe. Furthermore, you can find jobs in local, national or international heritage management institutions and public services, and in education, publishing and tourism.

For more information create your own program brochure on www.vu.nl/en/programmes/international-masters/order-brochures/index.asp.
Request up to five programs and select which information you wish to receive. After sending the request, you will get an email with a download link for your pdf brochure.

Contact:
Evelien de Bruin
E-Mail: archeologie.let@vu.nl
Web: www.vu.nl

Besucheradresse:
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam - Campus
De Boelelaan 1105 
1081 HV Amsterdam
 
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