Bachelor of Arts Archaeologies (Minor Subject)

Study Discipline: Arts & Humanities
Study Programme Details
City: Bonn
Country: Germany
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 through the annals of human history with our Bachelor of Arts in Archaeologies program. This minor subject offers a fascinating exploration of ancient civilizations, including Classical archaeology, prehistoric and early-historic archaeology, Christian archaeology, and Egyptology. Each specialization provides a unique lens into the past, uncovering the mysteries of ancient cultures and civilizations.

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of ancient Mediterranean life, from the glory of ancient Greece and Rome to the dawn of human civilization in the Stone Age, Bronze Age, and Iron Age. Delve into the remnants of late antiquity and the early Byzantine Age with Christian archaeology, or unlock the secrets of ancient Egyptian high culture with Egyptology.


As a minor subject, students select one of the above-mentioned archaeological specializations to complement their primary area of study. Our program goes beyond academic training to emphasize practical experience, providing students with hands-on opportunities to engage with archaeological artifacts and methodologies.

With access to our esteemed archaeology department’s two museums—the Academic Art Museum and the Egyptian Museum—students have the unique opportunity to interact directly with historical artifacts and gain valuable insights into museum curation and management.

Admission Requirements

  • University entrance qualification (e.g., Abitur)
  • German language proficiency (DSH level 2, CEFR level C1, as per DSH exam. regulations)
  • Classical Archaeology
  • Prehistoric and Early-Historic Archaeology
  • Christian Archaeology
  • Egyptology

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Future Career Outcomes

Our graduates are equipped with the skills and knowledge to pursue diverse career paths in academia, museum curation, tourism, cultural management, journalism, and more. Alumni have gone on to make significant contributions to the preservation and interpretation of cultural heritage worldwide, leveraging their expertise to advance the field of archaeology.

Visa Requirements:

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