The Australian Archaeological Association Student Research Grant Scheme (SRGS) is a competitive research grant that awards funding for costs directly related to archaeological research undertaken by Honours and Postgraduate students, including fieldwork and analysis of data. The amounts awarded are a maximum of $750 for an Honours or Masters by Coursework & Research student, $1200 for a Masters by Research candidate, and $1800 for a PhD candidate. Students undertaking Masters by Coursework only are not eligible.

The Australian Archaeological Association Student Research Grant Scheme (SRGS) is a competitive research grant that awards funding for costs directly related to archaeological research undertaken by Honours and Postgraduate students, including fieldwork and analysis of data. The amounts awarded are a maximum of:

  • $750 for an Honours or Masters by Coursework & Research students, 
  • $1,200 for a Masters by Research candidate, and 
  • $1,800 for a PhD candidates. 

Please note that students undertaking Masters by Coursework only are not eligible. Full details and conditions of the award are provided in the application form

Key Dates

  • Submissions open on Monday the 2nd March 2020 
  • Submissions close on Friday the 15th May 2020.

Submissions are to be made directly to Professor Jane Balme, Chair of the SRGS Committee:

jane.balme@uwa.edu.au

Congratulations to the 2019 recipients of the AAA SRGS: Katie Benfield (UWA), Sarah Collins (JCU), Joshua Connelly (JCU), Caitlin D’Gluyas (UNE), Calum Farrar (UQ), Robert Jones (Flinders), India Logan (UQ), Kim Newman (Griffith), Jordan Ralph (Flinders), Clara Santilli (Flinders), and Craig Westell (Flinders).