Summer Research Scholarships

Summer Research Scholarships are an opportunity for undergraduate and some postgraduate students to get involved in an exciting research project within the School during the summer.

Program dates

November - February (10 weeks)


The deadline for applications for the 2016/2017 scholarships has now passed.

Further information

Please contact the Academic Administrator for further information or any questions related to the School's summer research scholarships.

The guidelines and application form are available from the UQ Summer Research Program page.

The School incorporates four main disciplinary areas:

Classics and Ancient History

Ancient Greek and Latin, and the history of early Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome and the Celts.

Studies in Religion

The study of various religious and spiritual experiences and practices, including the study of the major world religions, as well as new religious movements, religion and the environment, paganism and esotericism.


The appraisal of argument, the nature of thinking, the nature of the mind that thinks and what it thinks about.


Australian, British and European, Asian, Pacific, the Middle East, the United States, and thematic areas.