Master of Archaeological Practice (MArchP) Program By University of Otago |Top Universities

University of Otago

Dunedin Campus, Dunedin, New Zealand
  • QS World University Rankings
  • QS Stars
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Masters
  • Study Mode On Campus
  • Duration 12 months
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Start date Mar

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The Master of Archaeological Practice (MArchP) is an applied, professional qualification – linking theory with practice – that aims to develop our future leaders’ knowledge and experience in archaeological heritage management. The management of our heritage and archaeological legacy is a growing sustainability issue. Currently, New Zealand has a need for qualified archaeologists to work in the heritage sector. This new programme responds to both an industry demand, and a desire by students and workers in the area for a high-level qualification. This programme focuses on the unique landscapes, cultures and policies of New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. It addresses the following areas:The management of New Zealand and Pacific cultural heritage placesWorking with Māori and Pasifika communitiesThe application of archaeological approaches and methods within a heritage contextUnderstanding the diverse relationships between people, places and the past

About University

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Founded in 1869, Otago is New Zealand’s first University.

In the 150 years since, Otago has prided itself on being a research-led University with an international reputation for excellence. It is ranked 184 in the 2020/21 QS World University Rankings and in the top 100 in 15 subject areas.

It first received a Five Stars Plus QS Stars University rating in 2016.

Most undergraduate and postgraduate study takes place on the Dunedin campus, but the University also has Schools of Medicine and Health Sciences in Wellington and Christchurch, which are home to many leading medical researchers.

Otago offers more than 200 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across four divisions:

It also offers a Summer School, Study Abroad and Distance Learning programmes.

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