Participation in the Honours College Track Archaeology.
The Honours internship is a ‘socially’ embedded internship: it is therefore not merely about gaining experience with archaeological methods (excavation, survey, material research), but about how archaeology can be viewed in a wider context (project work, presenting/managing museum collections, archaeological public presentation, social relevance of research, etc.).
The Honours internship lasts at least 17 working days.
Honours internships are listed on Brightspace. With permission of the Honours coordinator, personal internships can be arranged.
For general information about internships, see the Archaeology internship website.
An introduction to and insight into the role of the archaeologist in society;
Learn how to communicate academic/scientific insights and archaeological knowledge mainly to non-archaeologists.
Course schedule details can be found in MyTimetable.
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Mode of instruction
Practical work aimed at promoting public interest in archaeology.
17 internship days;
Writing internship report (guidelines on Brightspace).
Internship report (evaluation by the Honours coordinator);
Assessment by the internship supervisor.
The internship report must be submitted 6 weeks after completing the last internship day.
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