Every year, the project accepts up to 10 undergraduate students from The Trico-Community (Bryn Mawr College, Haverford College and Swarthmore College) as students on a geo-archeological fieldschool that runs on all three active projects. The fieldschool runs during the winter break from early December until late January. During the four weeks of the fieldschool students are trained in archeological excavation, recording, site and regional survey, geophysical prospection, artifact recording and GIS database management. Students can enroll at Bryn Mawr College in a Unit of Supervised Work to obtain course credit for the fieldschool. In addition to on-site training, fieldschool students visit regional museums and archaeological and geological sites of interest. Click here to see photos:
 
Applications are now invited for the 2007/8 fieldschool. If you are interested please email Professor Magee for an application form or if you have additional questions. Applications will close by mid-August 2007 and applicants will be informed of the result of their application by mid-September 2008.
 
Limited financial assistance is available to assist with the costs of participation.
Bryn Mawr College Fieldschool
The Main Excavation House
Using a Total Station
The Village of Mleiha
Learning to use the Ground Penetrating Radar
Dinner
Recording at Muweilah
Lunch at Muweilah
Work at Muweilah
Cleaning 5000 year old section: Tell Abraq
A Friday trip to Wadi Hail Fort
Dubai Museum