Support for developing education at Masters, Doctoral and Post Doctoral levels is offered by the Foundation in conjunction with a variety of international academic institutions, to students and scholars from the primary region Cyprus, Lebanon, Syria but also extending to Malta, Sicily and Egypt. Currently the following awards have been granted.
The Master of Maritime and Coastal Archaeology (MoMArch), it is a two-year full-time course, aimed at training international specialists in underwater and coastal archaeology. The programme is a full member of the UNESCO/UNITWIN Network for Underwater Archaeology and has been awarded the Academy of Excellence Call for projects (A*Midex University Foundation). In 2017, the Aix-Marseille […]
In 2009 the Alexandria University Centre for Maritime Archaeology & Underwater Cultural Heritage (CMAUCH) was established as a result of EU funded project under the EU-Tempus III scheme. The project was a collaboration between several EU and Egyptian institutions including Alexandria University, the University of Southampton, the National Centre for Scientific Research in France and the Egyptian […]
Nesrin. A. El-Galy – D.Phil Scholarship – 2017 From the moment I joined the Archaeology Department at Alexandria University, my interest in Archaeology began to blossom. The interest continued through my postgraduate studies at the Alexandria Center for Maritime Archaeology and Underwater Cultural Heritage. I participated in excavations, underwater surveys, and conferences, and in August […]
The Centre for Maritime Archaeology is the focus for maritime archaeological research within Archaeology at the University of Southampton. Committed to the promotion and practice of maritime archaeology, we have provided world class expertise in research and education since 1995. Our members are involved in a wide range of projects across the globe, and we have established strong […]
The HFF Post Doctoral Fellowship (PDF) granted to Dr. Lucy Semaan for a period of three years, from 2015 to 2018, is the first initiative of its kind by HFF in Lebanon. The research will be undertaken jointly under the supervision of Dr. Nadine Panayot-Haroun, head of the Department of Archaeology and Museology at the […]
The two successful candidates are Omaima Eldeeb and Katarina Jerbić Omaima Eldeeb is a graduate of Alexandria University’s, Faculty of Arts (2008), where she studied Greco-Roman Archaeology. She has worked as an underwater archaeological inspector in the Central Department of Underwater Antiquities in Egyptian Ministry of Archaeology from 2012 until 2016. She earned her MA (2014) at […]
The Maritime Archaeological Research Laboratory (MARELab) of the University of Cyprus (Department of History and Archaeology) was founded in 2011, aiming to serve as a dynamic venue of research on maritime archaeology. In all MARELab projects, on land and underwater, particular emphasis is given to the implementation of digital methods for data recording and mapping, […]