Fieldwork Opportunity: University of Bristol Field School

Are you looking or an experiential learning opportunity that combines theory with practice? Our 2-week field-based summer school offers a unique opportunity to excavate a recently discovered site from the Medieval Anarchy period.

This summer school is designed for students with or without previous site-based experience. We welcome applications from all majors, but it is particularly suited to anthropology, archaeology, history, sociology, conversation and, heritage museum studies students.

A field school that will help students develop their anthropological and archaeological excavation skills, supervised by our expert faculty, with constant reference to the historical and geographical landscape.

Arrivals day: 5th July 2020
First day of teaching: 6th July 2020
Last day of teaching: 17th July 2020
Departures day: 18th July 2020

Students will earn credit as they gain invaluable and career-ready skills. Work alongside current University of Bristol students to uncover a time of turbulence, unrest and civil war.


10 unit credits, suggested as equivalent to 3 US semester credits or 5 ECTS.

Early bird application deadline (for guaranteed consideration)
1 March 2020

Acceptances will be made on a rolling basis, and applications may close early.

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