ARK2410 – University of Oslo Summer School in Archaeology
Schedule, syllabus and examination date
The course provides an overview of the Bronze Age and Iron Age in Scandinavia. You will be introduced to the empirical, theoretical and methodological foundation of current research issues within Norwegian and Northern European archaeology.
In addition to general lectures, the course includes seminars and excursions to museums and famous monuments. Seminars and excursions are informal and encourage lively discussion.
In this course you will develop knowledge and understanding of Bronze Age and Iron Age societies in Scandinavia.
When you have completed this course you will:
- have gained an understanding of Bronze Age and Iron Age archaeology
- be able to identify aspects of the material culture relevant for the research interpretations
- have developed an understanding of the use of material culture, method and theory
If there are more applicants than available places the department will rank according to grade point average.
All applicants who wish to participate in the course must download and fill out the application form beneath.
Send the application form to:
University of Oslo, Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, Att: Helena Neumann, P.O. Box 1019 Blindern, NO-0315 Oslo, Norway or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org within the application deadline.
Formal prerequisite knowledge
The applicant must have achieved minimum 30 ECTS credits and be able to document status as active student
The course requires good abilities in reading and understanding English.
The Summer School in Archaeology is an intensive and challenging educational experience.
Teaching takes place over a period of two weeks in August. The teaching consists of 12 lectures, 6 seminars and 2 excursions (including visits to museums). Attendance for lectures, seminars and excursions is compulsory.
In July students are to do independent work. Fronter, the learning portal of University of Oslo, will be open for learning activities. Students are to have read the full reading list (c. 1000 pages) before the teaching starts. The reading list and a guideline for the course will be distributed to the students in June.
4 hour written exam.
Dictionaries are allowed. No technical equipment is allowed.
It is generally possible to submit your response in Norwegian, Swedish, Danish or English.
Grades are awarded on a scale from A to F, where A is the best grade and F is a fail. Read more about the grading system.
Explanations and appeals
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Special examination arrangements
Application form, deadline and requirements for special examination arrangements.