Each year, a Sanskrit week is held in January, at which students can spend an extended period engaging with this most enchanting and ancient language. The week caters both for beginners and those with more advanced experience of the language. This week-long event includes guest speakers from Australia and abroad.
This event has been held in Australia each year since the early 1990s, and is modelled on the very successful Sanskrit Weeks run by our sister schools in London and elsewhere.
To receive more information or request a registration form, please send your name, email address and message via the contact form to the right. (Please note that this event is currently only available to School of Philosophy members.)
The 2017 Australasian Sanskrit Week will be held in Melbourne, Australia.
Date: Saturday 14th January to Sunday 22nd January, 2017
Location: Hawthorn, Melbourne
You can download a brochure or use the contact form to the right to request details.
Online registration is available by clicking on this link: Register here
Alternatively, registration can be completed via the Registration Form in the brochure, with payment by cheque or credit card. The completed registration and payment should be sent to School of Philosophy Melbourne, PO Box 5061, Glenferrie South 3122, Victoria, Australia.
For further information, please contact Dr. Barrie Mayall, 0408 965 533, email@example.com
Note for interstate attendees:
On Saturday 14th January, the bus will depart from the airport at 2pm. Students should therefore ensure that their flight arrival time is 45 minutes before the bus departure time.
On Sunday 22nd January, the bus will depart from Hawthorn no later than 10am. Students should therefore ensure that their flight does not leave before midday, unless they are catching an international flight.