|Alfa Archeologie (BE)|
|Alpha is the student association of archaeologists at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. The association is responsible for organizing and hosting a variety of social, cultural and academic activities within the university, and collaborating with other archaeological associations both within Belgium and further afield. The association is run by a Presidential body composed of both undergraduate and postgraduate students.|
|AMTTA (Asociación Madrileña de Trabajadoras y Trabajadores en Arqueología) is a professional association of archaeologists in Madrid (Spain) born in 2007. Starting as a workgroup for the new labour agreement in commercial archaeology, since 2010 it has also been focusing on different research and outreach projects to improve the daily practice of archaeology and its public image. Commitment with students and studies has always been high, participating in different forums (university, public, political...) and promoting quality training.|
|arCHéo-studis is an association of student representatives for archaeology in German as well as French speaking Switzerland, founded in 2009. The association aims to strengthen the communication between the different student representatives and the communication between them and other archaeological associations.|
|ArkéoTopia, une autre voie pour l'archéologie (FR)|
|ArkéoTopia, an alternative approach to archaeology Through its interest in providing multiple perspectives on archaeology, ArkéoTopia aims to become a complementary participant within the realm of current archaeological research.
We contribute to popularizing archaeological research for the benefit of the public and to championing its cause within France and abroad. In a practical, entertaining, yet serious way, ArkéoTopia offers a new perspective on the archaeology of today, in order to help to prepare for the archaeology of tomorrow.
Whether you are just a curious person, a high school or university student, an informed amateur, or an established professional, ArkéoTopia welcomes you and responds to your questions and your needs.
|Dachverband Archäologischer Studierendenvertretungen (DE)|
|The Dachverband Archäologischer Studierendenvertretungen e.V. (DASV) was founded at the German Student Council of Archaeological Disciplines on the 15th of May 2005. The association aims to strengthen the communication of the different student representatives for archaeology in the German - speaking countries in Europe (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), to participate actively at discussions related to higher education policy and to inform the public about the students interests. Furthermore the DASV e.V. is committed to the establishing, preservation and support of student's self-governing committees. The support of scientific diversity is also an important goal of the association.|
|Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology (UK)|
|The Higher Education Academy is funded by the UK government and by individual universities to support teaching and learning in higher education. The HEA undertakes research on student learning, organises surveys of the student experience. It also funds a set of discipline related activities to enhance the skills of individual academics and departments through workshops, conferences and publications. All its resources are made available free to staff and students within higher education in the United Kingdom.|
|Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio (ES)|
|The Institute of Heritage Sciences (Incipit) is a research organisation within the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) comprising over fifty people focusing on the study of cultural heritage as a scientific problem.
|Internationales Österreichisches Archäologie Forum (AT)|
|IÖAF is a registered charity with its seat in Vienna, Austria. With currently 57 members, it aims to provide an international, internet-based platform for information exchange about Austrian archaeology, as well as wider webservices to the archaeological profession in Austria. Its current services include an internet discussion forum; e-publication platform; an international, freely accessible job resource for archaeologists (one of the largest worldwide); events calendar; and archaeology-related newsfeeds. It currently serves a community of c. 3000 users in Austria and beyond. It is currently also in the process of developing a voluntary online finds reporting system for members of the public (in support of and collaboration with the Austrian National Heritage Agency Bundesdenkmalamt). In addition, it is engaged in various research projects, mostly carried out by its members on a voluntary basis and in some cases with a citizen-science element. Recent major research projects include (voluntary) participation in the first Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe project; a re- assessment of Austrian archaeological heritage management practices (partially in collaboration with the Bundesdenkmalamt); an examination of finds reporting by members of the Austrian public and particularly of metal detecting; and acting as Austrian partner and co- funder of the current Studying Archaeology in Europe project. Since 2004, it has also – mainly through its provision of a free online job-resource – been engaged in the collection of archaeology labour market related data both for Austria and other parts of Europe, and has been continuously engaged in assessing the data collected through the online job-resource. Its jobs database currently holds information on c. 8000 archaeology posts advertised (mainly) in Europe since November 2004.|
|Landward Research Ltd (UK)|
|Landward Research Ltd is an environmental and human resources consultancy which works with employers, educators and government agencies in the cultural and environmental sectors, identifying ways that individuals and employers can become more skilled, knowledgeable and capable, allowing them to improve the quality of their work. The company concentrates on providing services in these areas: Research; Training Development and Delivery; Project Development and Management; Outreach.
Landward Research Ltd is a social enterprise, a business with a commitment to social and environmental responsibility. Any profits are reinvested in the company or either donated to or invested in social and environmental causes.
|Študentsko arheološko društvo (SI)|
|Študentsko arheološko društvo (Association of Students of Archaeology - ŠAD) is a voluntary, independent and non-profit association of archaeology students at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. It was established in 2004 and its members also include alumni and other interested individuals. Its purpose is to provide students with additional educational activities, organising lectures, excursions, social events, archaeological camps, and scientific symposia, like the STARCO 2011 conference. The association publishes its own magazine called 'Profil', where many students get their first opportunity to publish their research works.|
|The Archaeological Club of the Silesian University of Opava (CZ)|
|It is voluntary, non-profit organisation of students at Silesian University of Opava. Its members are mostly students of archaeology, but also listeners of history, museology, linguistic and cultural history. AKSSU provides to its members educational activities (excursions, lectures, archaeological prospections), social events and international contacts with other student associations, or organisations of archaeology. AKSSU cooperates with Archaeological Department of Silesian University on its research projects and participates on excavations of others archaeological companies.|
|The Gothenburg Archaeological Student Association (SE)|
|(GöteborgsArkeologiskaStudentförening) is a non-profit organization for students who read or have read Archaeology and Ancient Culture and Society at the University of Gothenburg. Gothenburg archaeological student association has existed since 1984 and since 1992 also publishes the student newspaper GASTEN four times a year. GAST organizes lecture evenings, workshops, tours, parties and trips to promote cohesion and outreach at the institution, both on a social and professional level. The association also aims to enhance integration between students at different levels and between students and researchers at the institution.|
Landward Research Ltd (UK)
Deutscher Archäologen-Verband (DE)
Dachverband Archäologischer Studierendenvertretungen (DE)
Студентско архелошко здружение АКСИОС – Скопје (MD)
Arbeitsgruppe Archäologie als Beruf (DE)
Fagutvalget for arkeologi (NO)