We offer a BSc in Anthropology with the opportunity to specialise in either biological or social anthropology, or a combination of both.
You study how we evolved, why we live in different sorts of societies, and how we interact with both one another and the environment. You develop insight into social and cultural difference and an understanding of the history, behaviour, and evolution of our species – gaining a global perspective of humanity in all its marvellous diversity, which will enrich your life and prepare you to engage with the challenges of our complex and changing planet.
|Entry Requirements||ABB (reduction of at least 2 grades contextually)/ IB 34 or 15 HL|
|Preferred Subjects||Commitment to studying Anthropology is more important than any specific A-level combination|
|Single Honours?||BSc Anthropology, BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad, BSc Anthropology with a Year in Professional Practice|
|Joint Honours?||BA Cultural Studies and Social Anthropology, LLB Law and Social Anthropology, and BA Sociology and Social Anthropology|