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Dossier: Studying Abroad, Maritime Archaeology in Denmark

The Maritime Archaeology Programme (MAP) at the University of Southern Denmark is based in Esbjerg, the 5th largest city of Denmark, on the Danish North Sea coast. The programme is internationally oriented and all teaching is conducted in English.  MAP is a two-year master programme that was created with employability in mind. That is why the course is structured around skills which are necessary in the fields of heritage management, consultancy and archaeological contract work. Education is free in Denmark, which is why the maritime archaeology masters course is free of charge for students from European Union/EEA countries. Only students from outside the EU/EEA are charged an annual tuition fee. At the University of Southern Denmark students also have the opportunity to obtain an internationally-recognised commercial SCUBA diving qualification at relatively low cost. As an approved commercial diving school, the masters programme can issue the Danish “SCUBA erhvervsdykker” certificate (equivalent to HSE SCUBA).


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