Minigrants for Students

It is my pleasure to inform you, that the “minigrants for students” program will continue through the next year. Minigrants are available for:
1) individual students (to cover expenses or part of the expenses of participation in summer schools, workshops, courses, library research, conferences, etc.)
2) students organizations (student council, student scientific circles/clubs, group projects) for financial aid in realization of their projects.
The applications (including full contact information, project description, estimated costs and supporting letter from the faculty member) should be presented to the Director of Student Affairs by the end of February 2020.
The projects have to be scheduled to be completed before February 2021.

Erazm Majewski – Exhibition

Archaeology at the University of Warsaw is celebrating its round 100 (!) birthday this year! We would like to invite you to join us in celebrating our anniversary, starting with an exhibition devoted to the professor with whom that history began.

Erazm Majewski (1858-1922), a chemist and pharmacist by education, industrialist and businessman by profession, was self-taught in the field of archaeology. With his own resources and personal enthusiasm, he gained knowledge of the history of the past, and at the beginning of the 20th century he was honoured with the title of Professor at one of the oldest Polish universities.

Erazm Majewski

We invite you to join us in celebrating the jubilee anniversary of our discipline!

Mini-Grants for Students

There is still a possibility to apply for finances for student projects – Mini-Grants. The applications may be individual or for a group of students. The deadline is November 8th, 2019.
The project has to be realised and finished by February 2020. More info HERE.

VIS A VIS Conference at the University of Vienna’s institute for Classical Archaeology

Dear colleagues,

we’re pleased to invite you to the VIS A VIS Conference, the First Vienna Student Archaeology Conference for students and young scholars at the University of Vienna’s institute for Classical Archaeology.

On March 13th and 14th 2020, we’re going to exchange thoughts about the moving antiquite with one another. The hot topic oft he conference reads as follows: On (un)known paths. Movement and exchange in antiquity. Applications through our homepage,, will be accepted from now on until December 20th 2019. The homepage also contains all other necessary information about the conference itself. We’re exicted to welcome you in Vienna next March.

Best regards,

your VIS A VIS Team

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