Stipendije za diplomski i postdiplomski studij u Australiji

PhD and MPhil Scholarship Opportunities at the University of Western Australia

Applications are invited from suitably qualified students living outside of Australia to apply for a UWA International Postgraduate Research Scholarship to undertake a degree of Master by Research (MPhil) or Doctorate by Research (PhD).

The Discipline Group of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Western Australia is keen to support applications from international students wishing to undertake graduate research (MPhil/PhD) in Classics (Language and Literature), Ancient History, and Classical Reception Studies. The discipline group can offer supervision in the following areas:

1)      Classical Reception Studies/Latin Humanism
2)      Roman Imperial History and Historiography
3)      Greek History (Classical and Hellenistic)
4)      Greek Philology

The purpose of the UWA International Postgraduate Research Scholarships is to attract top quality international postgraduate students to the University and to support Australia’s research effort. Successful applicants can expect to become members of a research team working under the direction of senior researchers for the duration of their candidature.

These scholarships are funded by The University of Western Australia and cover international tuition fees for up to four (4) years, as well as Overseas Student Health Cover. Successful applicants are required to commence their studies at UWA in early 2020 (i.e. before 31 March 2020).

Successful applicants may also be awarded an International Postgraduate Living Allowance Scholarship, valued at $30,000 per annum.

Applications close 30/08/2019

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For general enquiries, please contact

For expressions of interest, please direct your enquiries to a potential supervisor:

Classical Reception Studies:    Professor Yasmin Haskell
Dr Kirk Essary

Roman History/Historiography:   Dr Chris Mallan

Greek History:                          Dr Lara O’Sullivan

Greek Philology:                         Dr Neil O’Sullivan