Our undergraduate advanced diplomas are taught at third-year undergraduate level and are offered in:
The Advanced Diploma in British Archaeology is the next step if you have completed, or are due to complete, a course at second-year undergraduate level (FHEQ Level 5) such as our Undergraduate Diploma in British Archaeology.
How you will study
All of our courses are taught on a part-time basis which means that many of our students study alongside work and family commitments.
British Archaeology is taught mostly through weekly evening classes, and both Local History and IT Systems Analysis and Design are taught entirely online.
The syllabus and teaching of these award courses are aimed at third year undergraduate level and students are eligible for the award of 60 transferable CATS (Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme) points at FHEQ Level 6 on successful completion of a one year programme.
Credit transfer scheme
The Department does not offer undergraduate degrees, but students who obtain an Advanced Diploma may, if they wish, apply to transfer the credit to another academic institution, such as the Open University, modular universities such as Oxford Brookes University, and other institutions of higher eduction. Please note that successfully completing a course does not give you automatic right of entry to any institution, the transfer-in of credit is always at the receiving institution's discretion.
Opportunities vary for the transfer of credit, so students who are considering taking this course in order to transfer credit are advised to discuss the possibilities before applying. Please contact Student Support on +44 (0)1865 280355 or firstname.lastname@example.org.