Information for Visiting Students 2018/19

Cooley Mountains

Introductory talks will be given by Dr Carleton Jones, 2.00-2.30pm, on Monday 10th September and again, 11.00-11.30am, on Tuesday 11th September 2018 in the Archaeology Reading Room Arc202 (Arts-Science Building).

Every year, Archaeology at NUI Galway hosts a large numbers of visiting students who come to Ireland from abroad to study for a semester or a year. Visiting students come from a variety of countries, but by far the largest numbers come from the U.S.A. Please read our Visiting Students Archaeology Handbook 2018-2019 (draft 1)‌ for further information. More detailed information on the courses available as part of the BA degree, many of which are available to visiting students, can be found on the First Year, Second Year and Third Year BA web pages, indluding details of the new archaeology module AR5100 Archaeology and Mythical Landscapes of Atlantic Ireland.

New Archaeology module for Visiting Students (Junior Year Abroad & Erasmus) and students of the Higher Diploma in Archaeology.

From September 2018, we are delighted to announce a new module for Visiting Students (Junior Year Abroad and Erasmus) and Higher Diploma students only.  Archaeology and Mythical Landscapes of Atlantic Ireland (AR5100) is a 10 ects, semester 1 course that explores the interplay between myth, legend and landscape at some of the most spectacular and iconic monuments and landscapes of Atlantic Ireland.

Creevagh Wedge Tomb