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Medieval Studies

The Medieval Studies program is administered by the Medieval and Early Modern Centre and forms part of the School of Letters, Art and Media.

The centre aims to promote all aspects of the study of, and research on, the civilisation of medieval Europe and its neighbours to the north, east, and south. It offers a major in undergraduate Medieval Studies to existing students consisting of units which it offers itself and others offered in various departments which are cross-listed to Medieval Studies. Students can also undertake honours and postgraduate research in Medieval Studies.

Students who enrolled in 2013 or later are unable to complete a Medieval Studies major.


For admission to Medieval Studies IV Honours, students must have completed units of study to the value of at least 48 senior credit points from Medieval Studies units of study or from cross-listed units of study (including at least two MDST units of study to the value of 12 credit points), all with at least a credit average.

Refer to the degree resolutions in this Handbook and to the Faculty Admissions Policy for Honours:

Contact/Further Information

Department Website:

Program Director: Assoc Prof Liam Semler
Phone: +61 29351 6852

Honours Coordinator: Dr Daniel Anlezark
Phone: +61 2 9351 3828