The Department of African Studies and Anthropology is the only one of its kind in the world and is ranked third in the UK (The Guardian). Benefit from more than 50 years’ experience of teaching and research, including particular strengths in social and cultural anthropology. Your study will include theories from anthropologists working all over the world, the interplay with other academic disciplines, and developmental and humanitarian concerns.
|Entry Requirements||ABB to BBB/For ABB, IB 32/HL 6, 5, 5 and for BBB, IB 32/HL 5, 5, 5|
|Preferred Subjects||For the LV64 Anthropology and History Joint Honours programme, an A grade in A level History is required. There are no preferred subjects for other Anthropology undergraduate programmes|
|Single Honours?||BA Archaeology and Anthropology|
|Joint Honours?||BA Anthropology and African Studies LT65, BA Anthropology and Classical Literature and Civilisation LQ68, BA Anthropology and History LV61, BA Anthropology and Political Science LL62|