These courses seek to introduce participants to Irish archaeology and field methods in a practical way and can be taken by students and non-students alike – perfect for those with an abiding interest in the subject who seek hands-on experience. These courses include the 1-week Introduction to Irish Archaeology and the great-value two week Bare Bones course, both of which are offered as residential courses in May and August but which can also be arranged on a non-residential basis at any time from May to August.

 

ID Course Name Duration Start Date
IAL060317 Investigating Archaeological Landscapes 1 Six Days March 6, 2017
Course Closed
IAL200317 Investigating Archaeological Landscapes 2 Six Days March 20, 2017
Course closed
IIA010517RES Intro to Irish Archaeology 1-5 May Five Days May 1, 2017
Applications open
IIA010517NONRES Intro to Irish Archaeology (Non-Residential) 1-5 May Five Days May 1, 2017
Applications open
BB080517RES Bare Bones 8-19 May Two Weeks May 8, 2017
Applications open
BB080517NONRES Bare Bones (Non-Residential) 8-19 May Two Weeks May 8, 2017
Applications open
IIA140817RES Intro to Irish Archaeology 14-18 August Five Days August 14, 2017
Applications open
IIA140817NONRES Intro to Irish Archaeology (Non-Residential) 14-18 August Five Days August 14, 2017
Applications open
BB140817RES Bare Bones 14-25 August Two Weeks August 14, 2017
Applications now open
BB140817NONRES Bare Bones (Non-Residential) 14-25 August Two Weeks August 14, 2017
Applications open
IAL280817 Investigating Archaeological Landscapes 3 Six Days August 28, 2017
Applications open