ACADEMIC CREDIT FROM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, GALWAY
The Achill Archaeological Field School is accredited to the National University of Ireland, Galway. Students can earn up to 9 Semester Credits or 18 ECTS for our Modular Courses.
The Achill Archaeological Field School is Ireland’s oldest established Field School providing archaeology courses for all levels, from beginner to undergraduate to our very popular trainee supervisor course. We are located on Achill Island in the west of Ireland on Ireland’s spectacular Wild Atlantic Way.
Our beginner and intermediate archaeology courses provide a solid grounding in archaeology theory and practice, from experts in the discipline. Our accredited Archaeology Field School Courses are aimed at undergraduate and graduate archaeology and anthropology students. We have the archaeological experience, a cutting edge research program and the necessary field school infrastructure to provide the best possible academic, technical and hands-on training for students throughout Ireland, the UK, USA and Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the rest of the world. These include our two, four, six or twelve-week accredited courses, which qualify for academic credit from NUI Galway (National University of Ireland). For a list of schools, colleges and universities that have received academic credit through our courses, please see the International University List. These courses are also open to students and other participants who do not wish to enroll for academic credit.