• Further training in of graduates in archeology or related scientific areas
  • To provide vocational qualifications
  • To promote the scientific development in this area

The first aspect has to do with understanding the 2nd cycle in archeology as the graduate's specialization in a specific theme within this scientific field (or in its "branches" of History, Anthropology, Cultural Heritage, etc., or of Earth Sciences); the second derives from the State's (General Direction of Cultural Heritage) formal requesites to authorize the direction of archaeological research only to Masters in archeology; finally, the third aspect is inherent to the scientific production, ie, promoting the development of novel and original scientific work and thus, the development of research.

The applications for Master's courses are made through the Academic Portal