CONDITIONS OF AWARD General Goal
attract to the University of New England very able candidates to undertake a BA
Honours candidature in Greek, Latin, or Joint Classics.
The candidate must have outstanding results in the BA degree
in Greek, Latin, or Classics, and intend to pursue Honours at UNE in any area
of Ancient Greek or Latin or Joint Classics (Homer to the early Byzantine
period) which involves a strong focus on the language(s) and their literature.
A thesis on a non-language or literature topic, such as history or philosophy,
is permitted, but must still contain plenty of evidence of proficiency in the
Eligibility Preference will be given to internal
full-time Honours candidates. However, external and part-time candidates may be
considered if in that year no suitable internal full-time applicant emerges.
External Honours candidates entering their second year of p/t enrolment are
eligible to apply on a pro rata basis. The applicant
must be an Australian citizen, normally resident in Australia The
scholarship may be held in conjunction with any other scholarships. Tenure Internal full-time: 1 calendar year,
subject to evidence of satisfactory progress (as determined by the thesis Supervisor in conjunction
with the Professor of Classics & Ancient History). External part-time: 2 years on a pro
rata basis, subject to evidence of
satisfactory progress (as
determined by the thesis Supervisor in conjunction with the Professor of
Classics & Ancient History). Value
$1,000 p.a. f/t, or pro rata p/t. The award is payable each
year in two equal installments, the first at the start of the candidature upon
proof of enrolled status, the second 6 months later upon recommendation from the Head
of School and the Supervisor confirming satisfactory progress.
The holder of this Scholarship will be asked to repay it if
candidature is transferred to another University.
Method of application
Please complete the application form below. Provide evidence of Australian citizenship; certified copies of degree transcripts; names of two academic referees who should be asked by the candidate to write confidentially to Research Services by the closing date; electronic copies of BA thesis
or other evidence of research (published or unpublished).
This scholarship is not available for Honours candidates in Ancient
History. The successful applicant of the FJH Letters Scholarship for Classics
Honours must acknowledge it specifically in the thesis and in any other
published research or conference papers researched or written during the life
of this grant.
Under no circumstances will late applications be considered. Selection of recipients is the responsibility of the Selection Committee whose decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into.
Scholarship enquirers should be directed to:
Professor of Classics and Ancient History Prof. G. H. R. Horsley School of Humanities +612 6773 2390 firstname.lastname@example.org
Convenor of Classics and Ancient History Dr Bronwyn Hopwood School of Humanities +612 6773 2216 email@example.com
Closing Date for Applications: 31 st January
Please complete the form below:
Required fields are marked with an asterisk (
Have you already commenced / applied for Honours candidature at UNE?
* Do you currently hold an Australian Postgraduate Award or Other Award
* Referee 1 * Please include the details of two people whom you have asked to act as academic referees in support of your application. It is your responsibility to send each of them a copy of the confidential generic referee's report, and ensure they lodge it by the closing date. Please include: Title, Name, Email, Phone No and Address.
Referee 2 * Please include: Title, Name, Email, Phone No and Address.
Attach a certified copy of your citizenship and academic record * Please upload PDF or Word Document
Include details of your proposed research topic * Please upload PDF or Word Document (max. 1 page)
Please include an electronic copy of your CV * Please upload PDF or Word Document