Whether or not you intend to use your Archaeology Palaeoecology degree for a vocational career in the field, the discipline forms an enriching, worthwhile subject for study, providing you with a lifetime of interest and knowledge. It is a genuinely exciting first degree, it opens doors to many different avenues of career, each one unique and tailored to your own interests and talents. Our graduates comment especially on their experiences of wonderful fieldtrips in Ireland, Britain and abroad, the practical work of survey, excavation and laboratory study, and the opportunities that they have found to engage with new subjects, places and people. Our students find employment in:
The School stood out because of the focus on environmental archaeology. I have felt nothing but welcomed since arriving in Belfast and the department played a major role in this... There is not one bit of me that regrets choosing Queen’s and I would recommend it to any prospective student. Max Torbenson
BSc Archaeology-Palaeoecology 2008-2012
My degree at Queen's taught me the skills that I use every day in my job. I now work with the National Trust at Mount Stewart House as Conservation Learning Assistant and I simply wouldn’t be able to do my current job had I not gained the necessary skills at uni. Mary Clarkson
BSc Archaeology-Palaeoecology 2009-2013
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