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These PACE activities are designed to meet the learning outcomes of a PACE unit. Please note that some opportunities may be available in more than one Faculty.

AHIS346 |Sanisera Archaeological Fieldschool | Internship Opportunity

Job no: 492281
Work type: Full time
Location: International, Sydney
Categories: Faculty of Arts

Company:

The Sanisera Archaeology Institute for International Field Schools

 

Type of Organisation:

Archaeology

 

Website:

http://archaeology.institute/

 

Placement location:

Spain

 

Number of Positions:

Multiple

 

Description of Internship Opportunity:

Sanisera Archaeological Fieldschool – Internship Opportunity

The Sanisera Archaeology Institute started in 1996 as a school for university students who wanted to be trained in archaeological fieldwork through the excavation of the Roman portuary city of Sanisera (Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain). In 2004, due to the continuing success of its archaeological courses, the Field School became an international reference center and started giving its courses in English for students coming from, in most of the cases, Anglo-Saxon Universities, with programs in Archaeology and Anthropology, such as those from USA, Canada, Australia and United Kingdom.

We are an Archaeological Field School which, year after year, expands its courses by offering students the opportunity to work and discover renown sites which present Classical Archaeology from different countries, where they can carry out their practices focused on specialized fields of knowledge that are related to their University degrees. We are not only in Spain, but we also have courses in France, UK, Italy, Germany and United Arab Emirates. We offer students more than 15 courses that can enrich their CVs, validate university credits and get recommendation letters to enter the job market or get into prestigious scientific research centers. Our work is focused on:

  • The archaeological study of ancient cities
  • Anthropology, Osteology and Digging graves
  • Conservation in archaeology
  • Art and Museums
  • Learning GIS Software for archaeologists
  • Discovering the most important monuments from Ancient civilizations such as Athens and Rome

Please visit the Sanisera website to learn more about the courses on offer.

Please note, activities involving underwater archaeology will not be approved for PACE credit.

 

Any particular fields of study or skills:

 

Relevant PACE Unit:

AHIS346

How to apply:

Applications should be made directly via the Sanisera website.

Application deadline: Monday 1st January, 2018

 

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Applications close: AUS Eastern Daylight Time

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