The programs focus on three main topics: human aging, health and society. The research areas are Gerontechnology and Biopsychosocial Aspects of Human Aging.
The curricular structure of the PPGEH Masters and Doctorate programs has compulsory and elective courses, teaching training, interdisciplinary doctoral seminars, and dissertation and thesis supervisions.
Applications for both programs are open once a year in April.
At least 24 academic credits are required for completing the Master's program, which corresponds to 360 hours. The number of academic credits required for completing the Doctorate is at least 36 credits, which corresponds to 540 hours. Classes are held weekly, from Wednesdays to Fridays.
Deadline for completing the programs: