Forensic anthropology thesis

The British Association for Forensic Anthropology (BAFA) was established in 2011 under the umbrella of the British Association for Human Identification (BAHID) to develop and promote professional standards and accreditation of the discipline of Forensic Anthropology within the United Kingdom under the guidance of the office of the Forensic Regulator. The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland has agreed to be the professional governing body that will oversee the quality and standards of professional certification for Forensic Anthropology as devised by BAFA.

Along with the opportunity to gain advanced skills, the new MSc programme offers work placement internships for the best students. The transition from the classroom to the practical world of this subject is often a difficult one to achieve and CAHID has utilised its vast professional network to identify partners who are prepared to offer this unique opportunity because of the quality of the training that the student will receive. This is a vital and unique step towards establishing a professional and sustainable career in the discipline. Click Here For More Information.

Forensic anthropology thesis

forensic anthropology thesis

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