Category Archives: Fieldwork Opportunity

Fieldwork: ArchaeoSpain


Since 2001 we provide students from all over the world with the opportunity to engage in scientific research at important archaeological projects in Spain and Italy.
We teach the practice of archaeology by providing our participants with all the basics skills they will need when facing their own excavations, and with the enriching experience of involving them in the daily life of a foreign country with a different language, culture and  History.
  • Zorita Castle. Archaeology and Osteology in central Spain
  • Ilici Iberian and Roman town in the Mediterranean coast of Spain
  • Italica Hadrian’s Hometown in Seville, Spain
  • Roman Fortress Pulpon in central Spain
  • Iberian and Roman city of Confloenta in central Spain
  • Necropolis of Via Ostiense in Rome

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Fieldwork Opportunity: Balkan Heritage Field School

Dear Friends in Heritage –
We have just opened applications for the 2018 season!

All of our popular projects are returning. And, as in the past, field schools are taking place at archaeological sites in Montenegro, the Republic of Macedonia and across Bulgaria. The projects span across all the major cultures and civilizations that once existed across the Balkans: from Neolithic farmers and Europe’s first civilization in the Copper age through Ancient Greek, Thracian, Roman and Byzantine civilizations.

In addition to excavation projects, there are conservation workshops in Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia and Greece covering Ancient Greek pottery, Roman and Late Antique pottery and glass, Roman mosaics and wall-paintings and Textiles, Paper & Metal.

And, our ‘Fresco-Hunting’ photo expedition will continue to explore medieval churches in the Balkans.

Also coming this season are our newest courses in underwater archaeology and vernacular architecture. Look for more information on these soon.

Register now to take advantage of Early Bird pricing!

We look forward to welcoming you to the Balkans in 2018!
Apply today!

The Balkan Heritage Foundation along with the National Archaeological Institute and Museum, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences are excited to host two Fulbright student researchers for the 2017-18 academic year. These are USA PhD students Ashlee Hart and Matthew Schueller, both Balkan Heritage Field School alumni.  Read more

Fieldwork: Sanisera Archaeology Institute

Sanisera Archaeology InstituteHello Everyone,

We are proud to inform that our offer for 2018 is ready! We would like to get everyone involved in our archaeology adventures, for that reason we offer you more than 20 international programs focusing on archaeology, anthropology, GIS, underwater archaeology, archaeological techniques of drawing, photography and digital illustration, conservation, art, museums and archaeological film.

We love challenges at Sanisera so this year we have new underwater courses and we will be diving even deeper to make new and amazing discoveries!

046: Underwater Archaeology in Sanitja harbor & Dig in the Roman city of Sanisera (Menorca, Spain)
047: Advanced Underwater Archaeology in the Mediterranean Island of Menorca (Spain)
048: Extended Underwater Archaeology Program (Menorca, Balearic Island, Spain)

And don´t worry about your credits we will work with your university in order to get them for you!

Dont hesitate to apply as soon as posible by clicking on the link below as the spaces are limited:

Please contact us for any inquiries of questions that you may have.

Kind regards,
Director of the institution
Sanisera Archaeology Institute
for International Field Schools

Phone: +1 347 8710963

Fieldwork: “La Biagiola” International School of Archaeology

“La Biagiola” International School of Archaeology, in Sovana di Sorano (GR) Tuscany, Italy

An exciting three-week program uncovering ancient Etruscan, Roman, and Lombard civilization!

In winter archaeological work doesn’t stop! There’s plenty of catalog, analysis, survey, and study activity to do. Not to mention a little bit of digging, weather permitting! The “la Biagiola” program is open to any archaeology or anthropology students, or simply to students interested in learning more about the subject. We provide an exciting opportunity for a first-hand experience in archaeological fieldwork. You’ll take part in the study of an ancient site in Tuscany,
working alongside expert archaeologists and others foreign students.

The school will provide a complete formation in findings classifying, drawing and studying, standing building archaeology, survey, and medieval castles studies. This program is offered in collaboration with the cultural heritage office of Tuscany, the regional authority that manages archaeological sites and monuments. In addition to the archaeological experience, you will be able to enjoy a wide range of cultural sites, historical monuments, natural sites, and to experience the enchanting atmosphere of the winter holidays in Tuscany.

For further information, see the attached dossier, visit  , or contact


Fieldwork Opportunity: Irish Archaeology Field School

The Institute for Field Research (IFR) Ireland Ferrycarrig Program

We are Ireland’s leading provider of accredited, field-based archaeological research and training. The ethos of the school is to provide an opportunity for students of archaeology and anthropology to experience at first hand the excitement of archaeological excavation in a teaching environment.

Our archaeological and heritage include research projects in a number of locations in Ireland, including Co. Offally, Co. Wexford. Our new projects include, historical research, remote sensing and non-invasive survey, ground investigation and excavation. Our courses include programmes for novice and experienced students, internships, faulty led purpose-built programmes, and accredited programmes with partner organisations including the Institute for Field Research.

Whilst our programs are excavation-centered and aimed primarily at students of archaeology, anthropology and forensics, courses are open to all, and are guaranteed to give you an enriching and thoroughly worthwhile study abroad adventure.

This year the IAFS are launching an exciting new excavation at Carrick Castle (and settlement), the first Norman Castle in Ireland, constructed in 1169. The site is locating within the stunning confines of the Irish National Heritage Park, a 40 acre parkland featuring the largest open air museum in Ireland, in Wexford, southeast Ireland. The course is suitable for students from a wide range of backgrounds including archaeology, history, anthropology, experimental archaeology, medieval studies – or just students looking for a unique study abroad experience in general. The programme will include students of all ages and nationalities.

Most courses are open to undergraduate, graduate and post graduate students undertaking any major, and from any university in the world. Students must be 18 years or over, to participate. The courses are designed to support student development and are relevant to those who are not yet enrolled in university as well as current or graduate students.

For more information and to apply, visit our website: