UCL EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY GROUP: BLOG

Leading Research on Human Evolution and Behaviour

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Evolutionary Anthropology is the study of humans from an evolutionary perspective, applying biological theory to better understand human evolution and behaviour. The UCL Evolutionary Anthropology Group is home to a diverse group of experts, covering Human Behavioural Ecology, Primatology, Paleoanthropology, Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health. We are also home to the Biological Anthropology Collection.

 
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We offer a broad-based evolutionary anthropology MSc with excellent research training.

Students have the opportunity to study a range of subjects including paleoanthropology, primatology, human behavioural ecology and evolutionary medicine, plus practical courses focusing on skills-development including applied evolutionary anthropology and statistics/research methods.

This is a long-running course with a rich and successful history, with several of our alumni now working as Evolutionary Anthropologists. Our graduates have gone onto work in the civil service, health services, NGOs, science journalism and more, with many of students going onto prestigious PhD programmes.

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