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The MSc in Evolutionary Anthropology is an advanced investigation of evolutionary and adaptive processes and their interactions through the study of the evolution of primates (human and non-human, living and fossil) and evolutionary theory in relation to social behaviour. Taught by an active, interdisciplinary research group involved in cutting-edge work on primate behaviour, morphology, and evolution, the MSc provides the theoretical background, subject-specific knowledge, and practical skills that generate both an advanced understanding of primate (including human) adaptation and behaviour, and the perfect foundation for those interested in pursuing PhD-level research.

The MSc in Evolutionary Anthropology is an advanced investigation of evolutionary and adaptive processes and their interactions through the study of the evolution of primates (human and non-human, living and fossil) and evolutionary theory in relation to social behaviour. Taught by an active, interdisciplinary research group involved in cutting-edge work on primate behaviour, morphology, and...

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