Studying Archaeology, Anthropology or Forensic Sciences can lead to a variety of career paths, with a huge number of transferable skills being gained along the way.
Recently there has been a surge in demand for archaeologists due to a rise in projects that require global operations. Career paths include traditional areas such as science, research and academia, through to social policy and teaching, health and social work, medical sales and biological testing.
Take a look at the videos below to gain valuable insights into the experience of studying archaeology from our staff, students and former students.
Delve deeper into the fascinating subject of Archaeology with BU academics.
The Wisdom of Homo sapiens
Archaeological Science in the 21st Century
Listen to the Career in Ruins podcast
BU academics share their career experiences in the Career in Ruins podcast, hosted by BU lecturer Derek Pitman. Episodes cover the world as seen by archaeologists and provide insight into the many different careers you could pursue in this field.
Festival of Archaeology 2020
The Council for British Archaeology’s annual festival provides events and insights from across the sector. Discover events taking place in your local area (both virtual and face-to-face).