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    Hi,
    I'm just wondering if anyone knows of any unis that would take me on an archaeology course with ACD??
    And if anyone knows of any courses that focus around the mayan era?
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    Most unis focus on archaeology around they're area so I think the best you'll get is perhaps a few optional moduals in the second two years (the first is generally mainly techniques). You can always try and go on digs and vistit mayan sites (I know it would be expensive but...) in holidays if you were really interested, or perhaps see if there are any museums with relevent sections closer to home you could volunteer at. As for the grades, I think your best bet is just to apply and see as they are quite varied. Unis generally give normal grade requirements in terms of points as well as as grades so I'd try looking at those. Anything whith three C's to BCC I'd say would definately be worth looking at though - and they are out there even if Ican't remember particular ones now!
 
 
 
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