University Subject Tables 2017
Archaeologists uncover the secrets of our past through the excavation of sites and subsequent study of the material remains found. While you may not encounter a Jurassic Park or even Indiana Jones type situation, a degree in Archaeology will no doubt still prove to be a fascinating endeavour. Use our Archaeology rankings to find the right university for you.
Can’t find your subject below? View a full list of HESA subjects
Archaeology — East of England
|Rank||University Name||Next Steps|
It's never a surprise to see the University of Cambridge in the top spot of one of our subject tables, and Archaeology proves no exception. As you'll expect, the Division of Archaeology at Cambridge scores highly in all our categories but it's their Graduate Prospects score of 80% and Entry Standards score of 551 which truly cements their position at the top.
Study here and you'll not only be at the top uni in the country but you'll find yourself learning to translate Egyptian hieroglyphs, analyse deformations in skulls, recite the poems of Babylon and just generally interpret relics of the past at the highest level, all taught by some of archaeology's most notable scholars.
Find Out More
|33rd||17||Anglia Ruskin||n/a||3.96||n/a||35||73.6||Profile Courses|
Not included in the table in some years
Find Out More
The Royal Agricultural University has recently introduced Archaeology but there are insufficient data to be included in the table.
The maximum scores for the measures shown are as follows:
- Entry Standards: No maximum
- Student Satisfaction: 5.00
- Research Quality: 4.00
- Graduate Prospects: 100
- Overall Score: 100.0
All measures used to compile the tables are available on the full table.