Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Archaeology with Fine Arts

Study Discipline: Arts & Humanities
Study Programme Details
Country: Malta
Admission Sessions:Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a captivating journey delving into the depths of human history and creativity with our Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Archaeology with Fine Arts. This interdisciplinary program offers a unique blend of archaeological exploration and artistic expression, providing a rich tapestry for academic growth and personal development.

Unravel the mysteries of ancient civilizations as you uncover their stories through material remnants, gaining invaluable insights into the diverse cultures that have shaped our world. Our Mediterranean archaeological perspective offers a hands-on approach, allowing you to immerse yourself in fieldwork during summer recess, bringing theory to life amidst ancient landscapes.


Upon completion of our program, you’ll emerge as a well-rounded scholar equipped with a deep understanding of human experiences across different time periods and cultures. You’ll master the art of gathering, synthesizing, and analyzing ambiguous data sources, honing critical thinking skills essential for engaging in scholarly discourse. Through concise and accurate writing, you’ll articulate complex ideas with clarity and precision, backed by a thorough grasp of key methodological and theoretical concepts in archaeology and fine arts.

Admission Requirements

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  • Introduction to Fine Art Practice
  • Introduction to Drawing Skills
  • Introduction to Painting
  • Grammar of Photography
  • Studio Research in Fine Arts
  • Multimedia Approaches to Fine Art Practice
  • Artistic Techniques: Painting, Sculpture, and Printing
  • Elective: Study Tour
  • Print Making
  • Painting Workshop 1: Colour, Tonality, Structure
  • Twentieth-Century Visual Culture
  • Art in Malta 1: Late Medieval to Early Renaissance
  • High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy
  • Modern Art
  • Caravaggio and Early Baroque Classicism
  • Gender Issues in Art
  • The Decorative Arts in the 19th Century
  • Gallery Placement
  • Design Currents in the 20th Century
  • Painting and Space Composition: Exhibition Task
  • Northern Renaissance Art
  • Roman Baroque Sculpture
  • Modern Contemporary Art
  • Classical Greek and Roman Architecture
  • The Art and Architecture of the High and Late Middle Ages: Romanesque to Gothic
  • Italian Baroque Architecture 1600-1750
  • Conservation Placement

Local/EU/EEA Applicants:

No fees apply

Non EU Applicants:

Fee per academic year: Eur 8,500

Future Career Outcomes

Our graduates have forged successful paths in diverse industries, from leading archaeological expeditions to curating captivating museum exhibits. They’ve leveraged their expertise to preserve cultural heritage, shape public narratives, and inspire future generations through art and archaeology. With skills finely tuned to meet the demands of a dynamic job market, our alumni continue to make meaningful contributions to society, paving the way for a brighter future rooted in understanding and appreciation of our shared human story.

Visa Requirements:

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