IMQP - International Master in Quaternary and Prehistory Master International en Quaternaire et PréhistoireUniversitat Rovira i Virgili. Masters Erasmus Mundus
€ 2,000 - (Rs 1,45,651)
- Tarragona (Spain)
- Credits: 120
Frequent Asked Questions
Students from at least 3 year university courses can be admitted. These courses have to be legally acknowledged with university degree or similar qualifications within archeology, literature, prehistory, paleontology, Quaternary’s geology, natural and environmental science, biology and geology, technology and cultural heritage preservation, education and tourism science. English language proficiency.
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What you'll learn on the course
Research on prehistory and archeology
Geology and Paleontology of Quaternary
Heritage preservation and revaluation
Teachers and trainers (3)
Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Faculty Member
Paleo-anthropology: the necessary interdisciplinary approach to anthropological aspects of man’s evolution will be provided within curricula. A sort of continuity between our species’ early and present behavior will be established.
Procedures for research on prehistory and archeology: To provide the necessary practical and theoretical skills for archeological evidences management and interpretation. The field of prehistoric archeology is extremely wide and needs an interdisciplinary and well balanced kind of approach and in order to collect all necessary data for the documentation and the consequent interpretation of archeological evidences.
Geology and Paleontology of Quaternary: To provide necessary knowledge on the interpretation of geologic/environmental context within prehistoric settlements. The multidisciplinary approach including geological, paleontological and biological aspects will allow to draw a complete scene of the study on prehistory and Quaternary.
Heritage preservation and revaluation: To provide all necessary practical and theoretical knowledge for the preservation of our archeological heritage. The revaluation process is a very important opening for work opportunities. The aim is to enable doctors to recognize, study and interpret the cultural heritage always in the attempt to preserve, to revaluate and to disclose it.
Stage: Operational and planning activity on the subjects of the master degree in collaboration with lecturers at state and private companies.
Thesis: Individual research agreed with the Teachers Board supported by a tutor; the exam has to highlight synthesis’ ability, comprehension of the subject and the planning aspects of the study carried out.
Application for Category B Scholarships: January 15
Selection meeting: January
Notification of the pre-selection lists: February 15
Final decision from EACEA: April 30
Application without Scholarship: April 30
Courses will start on: October