The Faculty of Archaeology is the largest academic centre of Archaeology in the Netherlands. The Faculty ranks in the top ten worldwide in academic reputation and research impact (March 2017 QS World University Ranking by subject).
The Faculty has a staff of more than 170 people. It teaches some 300 bachelor's and 200 master's students. A large number of PhD candidates work in the Faculty, many of whom come from outside the Netherlands. The academic staff publishes in leading journals and produce monographs that make essential contributions to the field. Faculty staff have recently won prizes and grants for their achievements.
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