My personally advice is to go for your first choice. Talk with the people on
both places anyway to get more information. For a future career nobody knows
how it is going to be so the best plans for you are to extend your contacts
with people around the world and different departments. And then you could do
your MA probably with a more accurate result...
Regards Bonnie Nilhamn , Uppsala Sweden.
.On Thu, 5 Apr 2001 12:15:49 +0100 Jonathan Ferguson <[log in to unmask]>
>I'd be extremely grateful for any pros and cons people are aware of re: the
>I have the chance to do this in situe at a working museum. Alternatively, I
>have applied for an MA in Museum Studies for this coming academic year.
>Which of these is the better option for a career start, in your opinions?
>One thing to consider is my archaeological bias, which the MA might be
>better suited to, given course options etc..
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