Students are directly involved in the day to day activities of one of our many archaeological sites or consultants around Ireland. Grow and learn with your management team and other interns.

By working on a site, you’ll be right in the heart of day-to-day operations; digging, rostering, doing logistical planning, site visit coordination and liaising with the local community in outreach programmes related to each site.

Working with an archaeological consultant provides students with practical knowledge of the business of archaeology and all the different processes and experts that are needed to complete an archaeological dig.

This is an extraordinary opportunity to experience archaeology all of its different facets first-hand.

Who is this programme for?

Students like you, who want real-life, hands-on experience in Archaeology at some of the oldest sites in Ireland.

Why should I intern abroad?

Internships give students hands-on experience and real-world challenges in a supportive environment. In a competitive job market, an overseas placement gives your résumé an international dimension that’s rare among graduates.

Living abroad means you’re learning way beyond the workplace. Past interns report developing personally as well as professionally.

Check out what Archaeology interns have to say about their placement.

At A Glance
Archaeology Internships in Ireland
Start Date
Determined by Student
Duration
8, 10 or 12 Weeks
Apply By
12 weeks prior to start date
Fees

8 week programme: €5235

10 week programme: €6045

12 week programme: €6675

What's included?
Airfare, materials for placement, mandatory health insurance, lunches and spending money aren’t included.
Application fee

€95 Non refundable

Committment fee

€500 Non refundable

Scholarship
up to €1000
We offer 3 scholarships / year of up to €2500 / per student. Find out more…