Apologies for Cross-Posting
One NERC Studentship for the MSc in Archaeological Prospection: Shallow
Geophysics : £8,280 plus University fees
Due to a late cancellation, one studentship has become available again!
Starting on 22 September 2008, this taught Masters course provides
training in the underlying principles and applications of archaeological
prospection techniques, with particular emphasis on geophysical survey
(including magnetic, earth resistance, ground penetrating radar). In
addition to gaining a formal qualification in this discipline, the
long-established course offers an ideal opportunity to acquire in-depth
understanding of fundamental issues related to instrument usage, data
processing and archaeological data interpretation.
The University’s Division of Archaeological, Geographical and
Environmental Sciences, is ideally equipped to deliver the course with a
large number of geophysical instruments for students’ use, (including
GPR), excellent teaching facilities and academic staff who are experts
in the field.
This is a re-advertisement for one prestigious NERC studentship for the
course, which comprise of a maintenance grant of £8,280, university fees
and research and field expenses; EU students are eligible if they were
resident in the UK for the previous three years, otherwise their award
will be fees-only. Non-EU students are unfortunately not eligible for
For further details please consult
http://www.brad.ac.uk/archenvi/courses/mscap.php and email the course
manager, Dr Armin Schmidt ([log in to unmask]), or telephone 01274
- 23 5534.
Closing date is 22 September 2008, but due to the shortness of time a
decision may be made before then.
Armin Schmidt (Dr)
-> Are you already a member of ISAP,
-> the International Society for Archaeological Prospection?
Dr. Armin Schmidt, Senior Lecturer in Archaeological Geophysics
Archaeological Sciences, Division of AGES
University of Bradford, Bradford BD7 1DP, U.K.
Chairman International Society for Archaeological Prospection
Tel: +44 (0)1274 23 3542
FAX: +44 (0)1274 23 5190
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