Fieldwork Awards can help Archaeology Volunteers on their way.

Learning to clear Inca terraces in Peru
Learning to clear Inca terraces in Peru

Projects Abroad has linked up with Archaeology Abroad to highlight a Fieldwork Award available to our volunteers.

Archaeology Abroad is based at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, and was first published in 1972. It provides information about hundreds of varied and exciting archaeological fieldwork opportunities outside the UK suitable for all pockets, archaeological interests and levels of experience. The publication also gives guidance on applying to join an excavation.

To be eligible for the Fieldwork Award, which can be up to a maximum of £500, Projects Abroad volunteers must subscribe to Archaeology Abroad. As part of the subscription you will receive the Archaeology Abroad annual publication, regular email updates, invitation to apply for the Fieldwork Award and access to useful project fact sheets.

Volunteers at work on a dig in Romania
Volunteers at work on a dig in Romania

Fieldwork Awards can be used to help pay travel expenses, put towards participation in a Projects Abroad archaeology placement, or used for other appropriate dig expenses. Awards made in recent years have helped subscribers to take part in a wide range of archaeological projects around the world.

Fieldwork Awards can be used for any of our archaeology based projects - the Inca Project in Peru, Khmer Projects in Cambodia and Archaeology Project in Romania.

For full details please visit our Archaeology page or contact Scott McQuarrie at the UK office on 01273 007230.

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