The University of Oxford’s new Institute for Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology announces a new 12 month MSc in Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology to commence in October 2007. This program explores human thought, behaviour, and culture from the perspectives of the evolutionary and cognitive sciences. Candidates will take courses in primate behavioral ecology, human evolution (with a behavioral ecology emphasis), mind and culture, and quantitative methods in the human sciences; and complete a supervised 10,000 word dissertation. Program staff includes Professor Robin Dunbar, Professor Harvey Whitehouse, and Dr. Justin Barrett. Additional information about the course and how to apply is available at: http://www.isca.ox.ac.uk/admissions/how_to_apply.shtml#msc. Please note that applications for the 2007-2008 year will be accepted only until July 26, 2007.
Ok, My name is Somon Fisseha and i live in Ethiopia.I got my BA degree in Anthropology in 2007 and if i got the chance of scholarship and Financial aid i want to learn MA or MSc in either Cultural Athropology or Physical Anthropology.