Archaeology at the University of Glasgow is a vibrant community of students and staff working together and in partnership with a range of heritage organisations. We deliver undergraduate, taught postgraduate and research degrees and draw upon the outstanding collections of the University’s Hunterian Museum, the City of Glasgow and Scotland’s world-famous heritage sites and archaeologically rich landscapes.
Consistently highly ranked in UK league tables and with a reputation for teaching excellence, we are:
- 1st in the UK with 100% student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2018)
- 6th in the UK in the Complete University Guide 2021
- 4th in the UK in the Guardian University Guide 2020
- 3rd in the UK in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide
The premier provider in Scotland, a key strength is our commitment to practical heritage experience and vocational training that enables our graduates to flourish in diverse future careers.
Subject league tables
7th in UK
Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide [Archaeology & Forensic Science]
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