University archaeology departments:

The British Academy - The British Academy, founded in 1901, is a learned society, which has responsibility by Royal Charter for promoting advanced work in all the humane disciplines. It has supported much archaeological fieldwork, publications of archaeological research including study of archaeological collections and excavation reports, and supports the British Schools and Institutes Overseas and Sponsored Societies

Natural Environment Research Council - NERC is one of the seven UK Research Councils which fund and manage research in the UK. NERC is the leading body in the UK for research, survey, monitoring and training in the environmental sciences. NERC supports research and training in universities and in its own Centres, Surveys and Units.

OnlineUniversityRankings.org: A personal blog dedicated to providing students with the information and tools needed in order to pursue their Online University programs. American-based, but useful information for the UK audience also.


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