Advanced training at the ICAC is organised in two cycles (master’s degree and doctorate). Its objective is to teach students about the transformation processes that led to the progress of civilisation around the Mediterranean in antiquity.

The programmes are undertaken through research teams that generate knowledge of antiquity and, at the same time, work to transfer that knowledge to today’s society.

In this respect, the ambition of the ICAC is to train young researchers who will be capable of contributing data and answers within the framework of the challenges set in the Horizon 2020. Europe is characterised by a wide variety of peoples, traditions and regional and national identities, as well as by diverse levels of economic and social development.

Taking as its principal objectives archaeological heritage, the formation of identities and the intellectual, artistic and historic legacy of the European Union, the training proposed by the ICAC aims to contribute to creating a stronger European society.