Study with us

SEAHA provides a rich academic learning experience in collaboration with heritage and industry partners. A successful SEAHA student will:

  • Demonstrate world-leading research through excellent MRes and Doctoral Dissertations
  • Intensively engage in research activities, demonstrated through one peer reviewed publication per year
  • Develop a strong relationship with Supervisors and Scholarship Agreement Partners
  • Attend and engage with SEAHA cohort activities, demonstrated through excellent Group Projects
  • Engage with fellow students, provide help and assistance, and friendly critical feedback on their research
  • Develop a strong network of colleagues and friends through SEAHA activities, engage in organisation activities (conferences, Heritage Science Research Network, other events), particularly through the SEAHA Student Board
  • Intensively engage the general public, to disseminate own research, but also to promote science and cultural heritage
  • Establish a strong online presence
  • Become an active member of the SEAHA Alumni Club

Please see our list of current and previously available studentships, as well as further information on career paths and eligibility criteria.

Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts Heritage and Archaeology