Postgraduate Research in Modern Greek Studies
The Department of Modern Greek focuses on post-classical Greek language and culture, with a historical and geographical range from the end of the ancient world to contemporary Greece, Cyprus and the world-wide Greek diaspora, including Australia.
The department offers students a stimulating environment in which to enhance their understanding of Greek culture. Postgraduate students can utilise their linguistic and cultural knowledge in a diverse range of areas including education, the media, the arts, law, medicine and social work.
Our postgraduate research students work on a wide range of topics. For information on current or recently completed postgraduate projects, visit the Department of Modern Greek Studies Postgraduate Research page.
The Department of Modern Greek offers the Nicholas Anthony Aroney Research Scholarship, of $7,500 annually over a period of three years to a postgraduate student who is studying Master of Arts (coursework or research) and above, within the Department of Modern Greek Studies. The scholarship is in honour of one of the pioneers of Greek research in Australia and is offered in order to enable students to go to Greece for research.
For more information, visit the Department of Modern Greek Studies website.
Modern Greek Studies postgraduate research programs
Click on the relevant link below for information about admission requirements, fees and how to apply.
- Doctor of Philosophy (Modern Greek)
- Master of Philosophy (Modern Greek)
- Master of Arts (Research) (Modern Greek)
Chair of Department
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School of Languages and Cultures
A18 - Brennan MacCallum
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia