Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Archaeology with History of Art

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 into the realms of archaeology and history of art with our Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program. Our interdisciplinary curriculum offers a comprehensive exploration of human culture and creativity across time and space. From uncovering ancient civilizations to analyzing the evolution of artistic expression, you’ll gain a deep understanding of the intertwined narratives of archaeology and art history.

Through hands-on fieldwork, immersive study trips, and engaging coursework, you’ll develop the critical thinking skills and analytical tools necessary to interpret the material and visual cultures of the past. Join us and discover the fascinating intersections between archaeology, history of art, and human civilization.


Prepare to delve into the depths of human creativity and cultural expression with our Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Archaeology with History of Art. This program offers a unique blend of archaeological inquiry and art historical analysis, providing students with a comprehensive understanding of the material and visual cultures of the past.

Through a combination of theoretical study, practical fieldwork, and immersive learning experiences, students will explore the diverse landscapes of human creativity, from ancient civilizations to the modern era. Join us and embark on a journey through time and space as we uncover the rich tapestry of human history and artistic achievement.

Admission Requirements

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  • Human Evolution and Prehistory
  • Essentials in Archaeology
  • Material Culture in Archaeology
  • Integrating Science and Archaeology
  • The Archaeology of Ancient Mediterranean Civilisations
  • Monitored Fieldwork (Extended)
  • Research Methods for Undergraduate Dissertations
  • Introduction to History of Art as a Discipline
  • Early Renaissance Art in Italy
  • Italian Renaissance Architecture
  • The Birth of Modern Art
  • The Art and Architecture of Early Christianity and the Early Middle Ages
  • And more elective units tailored to your interests

Local/EU/EEA Applicants:

No fees apply

Non EU Applicants:

Fee per academic year: Eur 8,500

Future Career Outcomes

Our graduates are equipped with a diverse skill set and a deep understanding of both archaeology and art history, positioning them for success in a variety of fields. Whether pursuing careers in academia, cultural institutions, or the private sector, our alumni find rewarding opportunities to apply their knowledge and expertise. From conducting groundbreaking research to preserving cultural heritage, our graduates make meaningful contributions to the preservation and interpretation of the past.

Visa Requirements:

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