Applied Archaeology - BSc
Full program details & costs, with admission requirements. Discover your dream program.
What Institute of Technology Sligo says about their program:
"The BSc (Level 7) in Applied Archaeology is a three-year degree in Irish Archaeology. The first two years focus in developing your knowledge of the main archaeological periods and introducing key skills that are used by archaeologists, including archaeological surveying and excavation. The emphasis in the third year is on adding more specialised skills and knowledge including archaeological materials, project management and modules to develop skills in communicating archaeological information both to the public and other archaeologists."
We will guide you through the application procedure; please see the details below
All lectures, tutorials, and practical work are delivered in English. It is vitally important that students who are not native English speakers have the required standard on entry to ensure they gain maximum value from their time at IT Sligo. The required minimum proficiency score in English required for entry to IT Sligo is:
- IELTS 5.5
- TOEFL 65
- TOEIC 605
- Cambridge FCE
- PG IELTS 6.5
- TOEFL 80
- TOEIC 780
- Cambridge FCE
You should provide copies of the following documents as part of your application:
- Academic transcripts and certificates
- English language qualification
- Any additional documentation that may be required for your specific program of study e.g. CV, Portfolio.
Fees and funding
- Undergraduate tuition - €10,500 / year
- Graduate tuition - €10,500 / year
Sport Scholarship Program
The IT Sligo Sport Scholarship Program gives talented athletes the supports needed to excel in their chosen sport. Each year up to 60 sports scholarships are awarded. Alongside financial support, the sport scholars have access to top-class sporting facilities, sports science supports, and academic supports. This ensures our student-athletes can achieve their sporting goals whilst maintaining academic excellence
Sport Scholarship Levels:
- Gold - €1750 Per Year
- Silver - €1100 Per Year
- Bronze - €550 Per Year
1916 Bursary Fund
This is a funding scheme targeted at students who are socio-economically disadvantaged and who are from groups that have low participation rates in higher education. The National Access Plan is working to increase the numbers of students who are currently underrepresented in higher education.
Each student who is awarded the 1916 Bursary will receive a bursary in the amount of €5,000 for each year of their undergraduate program of study.
IT Sligo Presidents Bursary Fund
The Institute has an important role in driving economic and social development in the North West of Ireland. Relevant, effective research and innovation is a key element of this. We have a vibrant and productive research community, active in the undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional research spheres. The President of IT Sligo supports many research opportunities each year for students to help accomplish this important work. This bursary will provide research students with a maintenance grant and paid tuition fees.
Visa requirements for the Institute of Technology Sligo
Many international students will require a visa to study in Ireland, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.Ireland student visa requirements