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Anthropology at the University of Sussex has been at the forefront of the subject for over 50 years, with an international reputation for engaging with real-life issues. It has become known for its expertise in the anthropology of politics and activism; environmental and economic sustainability; morality, ethics, rights and justice; and science and reproductive health. Studying anthropology at Sussex will make you part of a vibrant academic community concerned with making a difference in people’s lives.

Social Anthropology ✔️
Biological Anthropology
Material Culture/Archaeology
Entry Requirements AAB-ABB/IB 34
Preferred Subjects Prefer at least one essay-based subject
Single Honours?BA Anthropology
Joint Honours?BA Anthropology with History, Geography, Cultural Studies, International Development, International Relations, Modern Language (French, Italian or Spanish)
Part-time option?No
Contact e.killick@sussex.ac.uk

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