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Location: Adelaide, SA, AU
Season: November 5, 2018 to November 9, 2018
Dr Alice Gorman
An understanding of stone tools is critical in practicing cultural heritage management and undertaking archaeological research on Indigenous sites in Australia. This topic gives students skills in stone tool identification and analysis in practical laboratory sessions, combined with seminars that cover current research trends and advanced theoretical issues. It is suitable for students wishing to gain expertise in stone tool analysis and for cultural heritage managers requiring these skills in their professional practice.
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Room and Board Arrangements:
All accommodation is to be arranged by the individual Cost: Non-Flinders Australian participants (domestic short course participants) AUD $2,133 tuition fee (inclusive of GST). Overseas Participants (international short course participants) AUD$3,350 tuition fee (inclusive of GST).
Overseas short course participants receive a Certificate of Achievement which states that the short course is equivalent to the completion of the Flinders University topic ARCH8405, a 4.5-unit topic. Participants should be able to use this to negotiate their own credit transfer with their home institution. Non-Flinders University domestic short course participants receive a Certificate of Achievement which states that the short course is equivalent to the completion of the Flinders University topic ARCH8405. You should be able to receive credit at your home institution equivalent to the value of a 4.5-unit Flinders University graduate topic. If you wish to have this unit of study credited to your home university degree, you should check that the Certificate of Achievement will suffice for the purpose before attending, as we will be unable to issue an academic transcript. credits offered by Flinders University. Tuition is .
Dr Alice Gorman
Flinders University, Sturt Road
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