Undergraduate Study in Archaeology
Study Archaeology and you'll discover the story of humanity over the past five million years.
Come find out what Sheffield Archaeology is all about!
Join us for one of our University Open Days this summer or early autumn. Find out more about our Undergraduate programmes, fieldwork opportunities, career choices with Archaeology. Have fun in a hands-on session and talk to some of our current students and staff.Find out more>
An extraordinary student experience
We're the number one university in the Russell Group for student experience. Our Students' Union came top for the ninth year running. Student Experience Survey 2017No.1 in the Russell Group>
Our students and the community
As part of a core module, our second year students work with local community groups on a collaborative research project. This year their focus was Sheffield Castle!Find out more>
A degree programme to suit you
Study Archaeology and you will discover the story of humanity over the past five million years - and you'll write your own chapter. You'll share your understanding with others and help communities to make sense of their origins and their place in the wider world. Find out more about the right Archaeology programme to suit you!Your course> Alternative routes into Archaeology> Our Community>
Challenge yourself with Archaeology
Study with us and you will have plenty of opportunities to explore the archaeology all around us and to learn the techniques and methodologies we use to analyse it. These skills provide the stepping stones to the big issues we ask you to investigate, using critical thinking and engagement with important historical narratives and intellectual debates that cross disciplines.The intellectual challenge of Archaeology> Undergraduate research> Getting your hands dirty>
Your future with Archaeology
As an Archaeology student at Sheffield you'll develop critical thinking skills that don't just shed light on the past. These are invaluable skills for a rewarding career, so they'll unlock a whole world of futures too.Careers for Archaeology undergraduates> Undergraduate student profiles>