U.C. Berkeley and the AHMA program have had long-standing relations with the following organizations and have often provided its graduate students the opportunity to study under their direction.
Now the largest of fourteen foreign advanced research institutes in Athens, the American School serves the students and faculty of 157 affiliated colleges and universities in North America. Governed in academic matters by a Managing Committee formed of representatives from these member institutions, the School continues true to its original mission: to teach the archaeology, art, history, language, and literature of Greece from early times to the present, to survey and excavate archaeological sites in Greek lands, and to publish the results of its excavation and research.
The American Academy in Rome is the only American overseas center for independent study and advanced research in the fine arts and the humanities. Through its annual Rome Prize fellowship program, the Academy supports twenty-six individuals working in archaeology, architecture, classical studies, design arts, historic preservation and conservation, history of art, landscape architecture, literature, modern Italian studies, musical composition, post-classical humanistic studies and visual arts.
Our students have also regularly studied at the following research centers abroad:
The Albright Institute of Archaeological Research at Jerusalem
The American Center for Oriental Research in Amman