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Internship BA3

Vak 2018-2019

Year

Bachelor year 3.

Description

The internship offers many possibilities in acquiring skills needed for future employment.
You can choose between developing an advanced level of fieldwork skills or an internship at a museum, archaeological company or any other professional field.

You can choose any project or company you would like to get more insight in, and where you want to build up experience with the work flow. However, you should make sure that the skills practised in the internship lead to a portfolio that shows sufficient diversity of type and level of skills.

The length of the fieldwork is at least 34 days (10 ec), but may comprise multiple shorter field projects.
Please note that a fieldwork that lasts longer than 17 day is only counted as 5 ec – the remaining credits will be stated on the diploma as extra-curricular. This is to ensure that you do not concentrate your fieldwork too one-sidedly and thus reduce your employability opportunities.

For more information about the individual projects or about possibilities for an internship in companies or museums, please contact the region coordinators directly – they can advise you in detail about commercial companies and projects and will mark the individual reports.
The internship coordinator, dr. Jasper de Bruin, can advise you on the rules and regulations.
Enroll yourself in the BlackBoard module to stay informed about placements on offer.

Region coordinators:
* Dr. R. (Richard) Jansen (Northern Europe)
* Dr. B.S. (Bleda) Düring (Near East)
* Dr. T.D. (Tesse) Stek (Mediterranean area)
* Dr. J.E. (Jason) Laffoon (Americas)
* Prof. dr. M. (Thijs) van Kolfschoten (Zoology)
* Dr. M.H. (Mike) Field (Botany)
* Dr. R. (Rachel) Schats (Human osteology)
* Dr. M. (Mariana) de Campos Francozo (Museum)

Course objectives

  • To enhance employability by increasing practical skills needed for a future job;
  • Ability to work in a professional team;
  • Experience (under supervision) in working in a professional environment;
  • To understand the relevance of archaeology and heritage in present-day society;
  • To understand the legal and social context and obligations of a project or company;
  • To report in accordance with the stated requirements in a placement report.

Mode of instruction

Practical work.

Course load

  • 7 weeks of practical work;
  • Report in which framework, data and analyses are accounted for.

Assessment method

Sufficient level of acquired practical skills and a field report that complies with the Faculty standards of field reports (see website).
A daily report of each field day must be added to the appendix of the field report.

Please note that a signed internship agreement form must be handed in before the start of the project. For detailed information about this agreement and all matters concerning fieldwork and placements, please see the Fieldschool and Internships Regulations on our website or contact the coordinator.

Internships are only allowed outside the teaching schedules.
A retake is only possible for the report and only if all other requirements have been met, including handing in the report before the deadline.

Assessment deadline

6 weeks after the last field day.

Registration 'Contractonderwijs'

All information (costs, registration, entry requirements, etc.) for those who are interested in taking this course as a Contractstudent is on the Contractonderwijs Archeologie webpage (in Dutch).

Remarks

Compulsory attendance.