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UCL Anthropology will offer you a unique and richly rewarding experience including academic challenge, personal development, and acquisition of life-skills that will allow you to fulfill your aspirations for your future.
“UCL is ranked fourth after MIT, Cambridge and Harvard in the 2012-13 annual Times Higher Education QS World University Rankings. Its location in central London offers outstanding academic, professional and social benefits. Internationally renowned resources, such as the British Library, are within walking distance; our strong links with industrial and professional bodies based in the capital provide real-world experience. Vibrant and exciting, London offers endless opportunities for social and leisure activity.
The curriculum for each of our graduate degrees is continuously reviewed to ensure that it includes the latest discoveries and developments in the field – much of this is drawn from leading research undertaken by the staff who will teach you.
Mary Douglas Awards
The Anthropology department is delighted to announce that it will be awarding a number of Mary Douglas Awards, collectively worth £32,000, to students applying for our Master’s programmes for entry in September 2013. These fee waivers, worth between £1000 -£ 4000 pounds depending on the programme, will be available across all eight of the masters programmes and will be awarded based on the merit of individual applications. To find out what awards are available under the programme you are interested in, please contact James Emmanuel (firstname.lastname@example.org). To be eligible for consideration for these awards, your application must have been received by Wednesday 15th May 2013. All applications received by then will be put forward for consideration.
The department of Anthropology prepares students for the following seven higher degrees:
- MA in Material and Visual Culture
- MA in Culture, Materials & Design
- MSc in Digital Anthropology
- MSc in Anthropology, Environment and Development
- MSc in Human Evolution and Behaviour
- MSc in Medical Anthropology
- MSc in Social and Cultural Anthropology
- MRes in Anthropology
Our Department is
pioneering a series of practically oriented, professional film training
programmes for social scientists and anthropologists in particular, one of which
can be taken as part of your Master's degree, for credit. Click here for further details.
We also offer the following joint degree:
Applications for this programme are received through the Institute of Archaeology