The Human Voyage: Biological Anthropology and Archaeological & Evolutionary Sciences

3 September
  • 9–9.20am
Lectorial Room 1, Research School of Social Sciences, 146 Ellery Cres, Acton ACT 2602
Arts, Society & Culture
Speaker: 
Dr Katharine Balolia

Join us on ANU Open Day to learn more about Biological Anthropology and Archaeological and Evolutionary Sciences. ANU is one of the world’s leading archaeological teaching and research universities, offering you opportunities to engage in fieldwork across Australia, the Asia Pacific region, and Europe. It is also the only university in Australia with both Biological Anthropology and Archaeology teaching and research programs.

This information session will introduce you to the undergraduate study options available in Biological Anthropology (evolutionary and biological aspects of humankind) and postgraduate study options available in Archaeological & Evolutionary Sciences. Ranking #1 in Australia and #11 in the world for Archaeology*, there's simply no better place to be studying at.

*QS Subject Rankings 2022

Numbers for this session are limited. Please register to secure your place.

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