The study programme in archaeology at the Faculty of Humanities in Pula, in addition to providing theoretical knowledge is very focused on practical activities of students.All archaeology students must complete 270 hours (9 ECTS) compulsory fieldwork by the end of their undergraduate study (Fieldwork I-III). Fieldwork is carried out within research projects of teachers and researchers of the Faculty of Humanities in Pula or in partner institutions.
- Croatian Conservation Institute
- Institute of Archaeology, Zagreb
- Institute for Anthropological Research, Zagreb
Students are welcome to join our research projects at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Landscape Archaeology and earn extra 1 ECTS (30 hours).