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From my friends up in Orkney .. a unique opportunity .. If you know anyone interested... print it out and tell them! :face-approve:

I also have it on the training section of the EMPLOYMENT pages.
if you just want to send them a link.. OR apply yourself of course!

Student Funding Available for Orkney Diploma / MA in Archaeological Practice

Orkney College has secured bursary support for students on their MA or Postgraduate Diploma in Archaeological Practice. The funding is provided by the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) under its Postgraduate Student's Allowance Scheme (PSAS). The bursaries provide
? tuition fees and maintenance grants for UK students resident in Scotland and
? assistance with tuition fees for non-UK EC students

Please check what you would be eligible for on the SAAS website:

The College also has a limited number of fee-assistance bursaries.

For further information on bursaries and application procedures, contact:

Martin Carruthers, Programme Leader 01856 56932

Steve Henderson 01856 569200

The Course

This exciting course has quickly developed a reputation for high standards of delivery and a quality learning experience, with the abundance of archaeology in Orkney a key factor. It is run by Orkney College in its role as an academic partner of the UHI Millennium Institute. The course offers a great opportunity for those wishing to continue their studies in archaeology, to develop new skills, gain further experience in existing skills and continue professional development.
Both awards can be pursued full-time or part-time.

For full details about the course, please visit the college website


The course starts on 26th January 2009. We aim to have all applications in by 31st October 2008. The course is popular and bursaries are allocated on a first come-first served basis, so please don’t delay.

"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."