The Master’s of Science in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution provide advanced training for First Cycle Degree holders in Biology, Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine or other related degrees for those students who wish to obtain a Postgraduate degree in the area of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biologyor or who wish to improve their knowledge aiming at applying it in nature conservation issues.
All levels of organisation will be studied from the gene and genome level to that of populations and ecosystems. The programme intends to provide advanced training in the use of new analytical methods and new technologies, particularly in the application of geographic information systems and techniques of molecular and populational genetics.
The Masters course schedule, although during daytime, will be concentrated in blocks as so to allow better time management for the students. All class materials will be distributed in English, including exams and other papers. Oral presentations will also be in English, unless justified.
Note: All candidates who do not certify that they have completed their undergraduate degree by the end of the enrollment period will be excluded
Candidates whose final classification is less than 50% will be excluded.
Candidates who do not possess a bachelor's degree at the time of selection and/or have an academic, scientific or professional curriculum, which is recognized as attesting the capacity to carry out this cycle of studies by the statutory competent scientific body, will be ranked according to the criteria and subcriteria indicated above, but replacing the final average degree with the weighted average of the curricular units completed.
This information is provided strictly for informational purposes
and does not preclude consultation of the Official Gazette.
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