Graduates interested in scientific and/or professional training in the field of Physical Anthropology. Priority will be given to graduates in bio sanitary disciplines (Biology, Food Science and Technology, Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing...) or related to a field of Physical Anthropology (Archaeology, Biotechnology, Physical Activity and Sport Sciences...). Depending on the student's previous training, the Inter-University Teaching Coordination Committee of the Master's Degree may determine whether it is compulsory to take a complementary training subject.
Applicants must provide a "Letter of Intent" in which they must state their interests and aspirations, both educational and professional, regarding their choice of Master's degree, duly articulated with their background. The Master's Academic Committee will determine the admission of students.
- The student's previous training and experience will be assessed. Priority will be given to graduates in bio sanitary disciplines or those related to the field of Physical Anthropology.
- Knowledge of English would be an asset.
- A personal interview will be conducted.