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Anthropology at Bournemouth covers everything from conflict resolution in Kosovo, through to studying the big questions of human evolution. We emphasise hands-on learning of practical, applied skills in anthropology which will give you a firm foundation for a wide range of careers, from international and community development, teaching and the civil service; lab work, forensic and law enforcement – and indeed, any career where employers value a range of skills from across the humanities, social and physical sciences alongside some serious people skills! 

Social Anthropology ✔️
Biological Anthropology ✔️
Material Culture/Archaeology ✔️
Entry Requirements 104-120 UCAS Points, either min. 2 A-levels, 2 HL Certificates, BTEC Ex Diploma DMM, IB 29-31
Preferred Subjects No preferences
Single Honours?BSc Anthropology
Joint Honours?BA (Hons) Sociology and Social Anthropology; BA (Hons) Archaeology and Anthropology
Part-time option?Yes
Contact fcoward@bournemouth.ac.uk