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The following programmes include a required placement undertaken during the third year of study (between Levels 2 and 4):
The placement university is chosen in consultation with the Department of Archaeology's International Coordinator from those available through Durham University's Erasmus links, its Overseas Exchange Programme or the Department's own partnership agreements.
Studying abroad can be a life changing opportunity: the chance to experience a new culture, to study in a different environment, and to make new connections and friendships.
A year abroad helps to contribute to the following learning outcomes:
Recent placements have included: