Based across two universities and four non-university research institutions, Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS) offers a broad range of knowledge and education in five structured doctoral programs. The study programs promote fundamental theoretical and methodological skills and involve doctoral candidates, whenever possible, in research projects from the very beginning.
Ancient History, Art History, Building History, Central Asian Studies, Classical Archaeology, Climatology, East Asian Studies, Egyptology, Greek and Latin Philology, , , History of Medicine, History of Religions, History of Science, Landscape Archaeology, Near Eastern Archaeology, Philosophy, Physical Geography, Prehistory, Theology, Turkology
Freie Universität Berlin; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Berlin; German Archaeological Institute, Berlin; Max-Planck-Institute for the History of Science, Berlin; Prussian Heritage Foundation, Berlin; University of Applied Sciences, Berlin; Technical University, Berlin; University of the Arts, Berlin
up to 40 doctoral candidates; scholarships are available
For application deadlines, please visit BerGSAS website.