Master’s admissions Archaeology: exceptional circumstances
The University is providing an option for third-year bachelor’s students students who have encountered a study delay because of the corona measures and wish to begin a master’s programme in the 2020-2021 academic year.
For the master’s programme in Archaeology this means that students will be allowed to complete their bachelor’s programme during the 2020-2021 academic year and will already be allowed to begin their master’s programme on 1 September 2020. They will have to have completed the bachelor’s programme by 31 August 2021 at the latest.
The following additional conditions apply: students will need to have accumulated 160 EC worth of bachelor’s courses by 1 September 2020. The expectation is that the missing 20 EC are the credits for theses that are dependant of on-campus labwork or material analysis, and internship/fieldwork projects which could not be completed due to the corona outbreak. All other students are advised to start in February.
The measure is not applicable to the research master's.
See for more information the announcement for students.