The Department of Classics, Archaeology & Ancient History offers both Masters and PhD research degrees.
Postgraduate research students have an opportunity to study alongside leading scholars with extensive field and professional experience. Students complete an induction program designed to assist in the development of research skills and in refining their research topic. Throughout the duration of their candidature, students will be invited to contribute to a number of seminar series and the occasional postgraduate conference.
- Information for Prospective Students
Prospective postgraduate students are expected to have obtained a recognised competency in either Classics, Archaeology or Ancient History such as an Honours degree or a Research Master's degree or a coursework Masters where they have scored highly in the research component. The process is highly competitive and publications markedly increase the chances of success.
- Learn more about eligibility from the Adelaide Graduate Centre
- Review our staff to check for a potential supervisor
- Consider if you're eligible for a domestic or international scholarship
Note: to be competetive for an international PhD scholarship you require a high grade, first class honours degree or an equivelent Masters coursework degree with a substantial theses component.
For all enquiries please contact the Postgraduate Coordinator.