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Cambridge Postgraduate Open Day - 3 November 2017

last modified Oct 02, 2017 02:34 PM
The University of Cambridge, alongside the Cambridge Colleges and Departments, are hosting the Cambridge Postgraduate Open Day on Friday 3 November 2017.

Cambridge graduates

This unique event is organised by the Graduate Admissions Office in conjunction with the Colleges and University's Departments. The Postgraduate Open day is open to current final year students or graduates who are seeking to enter into postgraduate study at Masters or PhD level.

Current students and staff from the Department of Archaeology will be available on  the day. The full schedule follows below:

12pm-4pm Stall at the University Centre

2pm-3pm Sample lecture on Heritage and Politics of the Past - Dr Dacia Viejo Rose, Seminar Room, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Downing Site

2pm-4pm Lecture open to attend: Special Topics in Palaeolithic Archaeology and Human Evolution - Prof. Rob Foley, Seminar Room, Henry Wellcome Building, Fitzwilliam Street

3pm-4pm Tour of the Department led by current students

4pm-5pm Q&A session with Dr Augusta McMahon, Prof John Robb and Dr Preston Miracle, Seminar Room, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

Please book your place via the link below:

Prospective students who are interested in meeting a specific staff member as part of the Postgraduate Open Day should write to Laure Bonner at . Prospective applicants unable to attend on the day are also encouraged to get in touch.

The following courses are offered at Postgraduate level in the Department of Archaeology:

MPhil Courses


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