Inter-university Master's Degree in Quaternary Archaeology and Human Evolution (Erasmus Mundus) - 10th edition
This master's degree has three main areas: research into human palaeoecology and prehistory, palaeoanthropology, geology and palaeoontology of the Quaternary; archaeological intervention; and the management, conservation and socialisation of archaeological heritage. It shares objectives and educational activities with the degrees in History and Anthropology and Human Evolution through introductory subjects to a specialisation in archaeology.
It offers a specialised, career-oriented degree designed to prepare students for research in the field of Quaternary archaeology without neglecting the important demands of society and the labour market. It aims to train students to evaluate and draw up reports on archaeological interventions so that they can work as specialists in the field of archaeology or in the management of archaeological heritage
Research in Quaternary archaeology and human evolution, with specialisations in the disciplinary branches, including field and rescue archaeology, dissemination and museumisation of human evolution and Quaternary archeology, and conservation and restoration of archaeological material from the Pleistocene.
|Inter-university Master's Degree in Quaternary Archaeology and Human Evolution|
|Title description (RUCT link)||Inter-university Master's Degree in Quaternary Archaelogy and Human Evolution|
|Duration||120 ECTS credits - 2 years|
Classes are held in the morning and afternoon/evening from Monday to Friday. The face-to-face part of each subject is concentrated in two weeks.
|Mobility||To obtain the Erasmus Mundus qualification, students must study for at least one semester in at least one of the other participating universities.|
|Language of instruction||Catalan/Spanish/English|
|Collaborating institutions||Catalan Institute of Human Palaeoecology and Social Evolution (IPHES)|
|Associated doctoral programme||Quaternary and Prehistory|
|Website of the master's degree||Inter-university Master's Degree in Quaternary Archaeology and Human Evolution|
|Course dates||From 1st October to the end of May. The master's thesis can be submitted in June or September of the second year.|
|Academic coordinator||Dr Carlos Lorenzo Merino|
|Specific grants for this master's degree||
Erasmus Mundus scholarships for European and non-European students.