Graduate Student Fellowship in Classics for Modern Greek Speakers

Deadline: April 30, 2018

Website: http://www.classics.ucsb.edu/academics/graduate-program/how-to-apply/


Helen Morales


Application Process

“The University of California at Santa Barbara is delighted to offer a new funding opportunity: *6 years of full funding for a Classics PhD student who is able to teach modern Greek*. The successful applicant will be expected to teach modern Greek to undergraduates for two quarters each year, and will be on fellowship for the third quarter (for five years; a 6th year will be funded by a fellowship year or teaching ancient languages or Greek myth). Summer funding is included. Greek-speaking applicants from Greece, the US, and other countries are encouraged to apply.

Who may apply?

Students who wish to pursue a PhD in Classics and who have a BA in Classics or a comparable degree and who have *a minimum* of 2 years training in both Latin and ancient Greek. Applicants must be a good fit for our department and bilingual in modern Greek and English. Applicants should have an aptitude for teaching, but no teaching experience is necessary as training will be given.”

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