Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens

The Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens was established in 1980 following negotiations with the Greek government. The Institute is one of the “Foreign Schools” in Athens, similar to other scholarly institutions in the capital of Greece maintained by major European and American countries. Some of these have been in existence for well over a century and Australia is most fortunate to be represented in this prestigious company.

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  • OTJ and CCR now open for applications

    The Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens is pleased to announce that the 2018 Olwen Tudor Jones scholarship for Archaeological Fieldwork in the Mediterranean (for Sydney University undergraduate students) and the 2018 AAIA Contemporary Creative Residency in Athens (for Australian artists & writers) are now open. Applications due June 4.

  • Athens Classical Archaeology Intensive Program 2019

    January 4-25 2019

    The Department of Archaeology and the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens invite your application to join the fifth Classical Archaeology Intensive Program Program in Athens.

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