Awards for post-graduate and independent research projects in European archaeology, art and architecture from the Roman period until the nineteenth century.
Applications for the one-year scholarships are invited from students who are completing theses for post-graduate degrees and who have access to no other sources of funding, and from independent researchers for projects conducted either privately or under the umbrella of a larger organisation, such as a local history or archaeology society.
Conference scholarships allow students to attend the five-day BAA annual conference. All students studying toward a qualification may apply.
The Reginald Taylor and Lord Fletcher Essay Prize is awarded for the best unpublished essay submitted on any subject of art-historical, archaeological or antiquarian interest within the period from the Roman era to 1830. The competition is not restricted to members of the Association.