The four-year BA in Archaeology and Medieval History With a Year of Study Abroad (Integrated Honours) gives you the opportunity to combine the study of the human past from pre-history to the medieval era through its material remains with particular insight into the history of people in the medieval period and also spend a year studying at a partner institution abroad. The programme offers a balance between modules covering the medieval historical period and, thematic modules that examine broad social and cultural topics, such as warfare, gender, religion, art and science, as well as modules that provide training in archaeological skills, methods and techniques. It is designed to cultivate the skills of the historian and of the archaeologist, namely, the ability to assess evidence critically, to evaluate different interpretations of the evidence, to construct arguments on the basis of evidence, and to express opinions cogently in speech and in writing. The year of study abroad introduces novel academic study opportunities and will also provide students with the life skills to compete in an increasingly global workforce, such as cultural adaptability, resilience and independence. Distinctive features •You will gain invaluable cross-cultural experience by spending a year studying abroad in a partner institution in Europe, the USA, Canada or Hong Kong. •The year of study abroad introduces novel academic study opportunities and will also provide you with the life skills to compete in an increasingly global workforce, such as cultural adaptability, resilience and independence. •Studying Archaeology and Medieval History provides the training necessary for those who wish to study Medieval History or Archaeology at postgraduate level and a valuable range of transferable skills for other professions.