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    The School of Archaeology and Anthropology brings together four distinct fields of social research and education. Archaeological science, biological anthropology, forensic anthropology, Australian Indigenous studies, medical anthropology, visual anthropology, and applied and participatory development are among the school’s strengths.

    If you want to study archaeology and anthropology at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, the personnel at this institution will give you with a wide range of skills and specialties, allowing you to be the most adaptable to change and apply for the most employment.

    The Tall Foundation Scholarship in Archaeology will be sponsored by the Australian National University College of Arts & Social Sciences’ School of Archaeology and Anthropology in the first semester of every academic session.

    The Tall Foundation’s donors include Australian National University alumni with a broad interest in archaeology. They seek to motivate and inspire individuals to pursue more study and research in this discipline by giving financial support through the Tall Scholarship.

    The following individuals are eligible for the Tall Foundation Scholarship:

    • Domestic and foreign students

    • Students with an excellent academic record of achievement in their previous undergraduate studies at ANU or another tertiary institution

    • Students undergoing studies in the field of Archaeology

    • Students who enroll in their first semester of an Honors program in Archaeology at the
    School of Archaeology and Anthropology

    • Students enrolling in their first semester of the Masters Thesis in the Master of Archaeological Science program at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology

    Annually, the Scholarship will be accessible exclusively in the first semester.

    Students who have already been awarded the Scholarship in previous years are not eligible for it.

    Host University: ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

    Department: School of Archaeology and Anthropology

    Level of study: Honors or Masters degree

    Benefit: $5,000 per annum

    Access Mode: Online

    Number of Awards: One

    Nationality: Domestic or international students

    Supporting Documents: Applicants will be required to submit their academic transcripts (copies or originals), proof of English proficiency, a copy of their passport name page, and a brief CV, among other documents, at the time of acceptance.

    Language Requirement: If you are not a native English speaker, you must take the TOEFL or IELTS test to establish your English language proficiency.

    Deadline: 1st March, 2022

    Applications should be submitted to the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, CASS, email: admin.hal@anu.edu.au, no later than the deadline, using the application form found at the top of their webpage.

    *The scholarship can be accessed anywhere in Australia

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