Field walking survey – autumn 2023

Dear Students,

In the Field training-> Field walking survey bookmark, you may find up-to-date information about the field walking survey (16-20 October, 2023). The offer will be constantly supplemented with information sent by the instructors.

Students interested in taking part in a field walking survey should report to the lecturer.

Please, be aware that field walking surveys are obligatory according to your study programme (in the third year of BA and the second year of MA studies). We ask for thoughtful decisions – registering the student in the USOS system obliges him/her to complete the course.

Official start of classes

Dear Students,
I would like to announce together with the Dean, Prof. Bartosz Kontny, that due to the official inauguration of the 2023/2024 academic year at the University of Warsaw, which is scheduled for October 2nd, the teaching classes at the Faculty of Archeology of the University of Warsaw will start on October 3rd (Tuesday).
Yours faithfully,
Elżbieta Jaskulska
Vice-Dean for Student Affairs
Faculty of Archeology, University of Warsaw

New archaeology group on Facebook

Dear Students,

At the request of a student of the Archaeology – Studies in English program, we agreed to publish a link to a newly created group on the Facebook social platform. This is a private initiative of students, independent of the Faculty of Archaeology, but nevertheless helpful during studies.

PhD opportunity in archaeobotany

We got information on PhD opportunity to share with interested students.

We invite applications for a funded, full-time PhD position of 42 months duration under the ERC Consolidator Grant (101087964) project led by Prof. Giedre Motuzaite Matuzeviciute Keen titled PAST AND FUTURE MILLET FOODWAYS (MILWAYS) The successful candidate will be based at the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of History at Vilnius University (Lithuania). The project will be coordinated by Vilnius University, with work distributed across several countries in north-eastern and central Europe.

You can find detailed information at: