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BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad
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All applications must be made through UCAS (www.ucas.com/).
Full details about applying to study anthropology at UCL are available here: www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/undergraduate-study/degrees-1314/ubsantwabr05
Competition for places on the course is keen and good A level/AS level grades are expected (see below). We prefer candidates whose academic studies have encompassed arts/humanities and science (preferably biology or human biology). Those without a broad range are not excluded although they may receive a more demanding offer.
Candidates should have, or be predicted, the following qualifications:
- 3 GCE A-levels grades AAB (referably a mix of Arts & Sciences)
- A pass in one AS level subject – preferably in a contrasting discipline
- At least a Grade B in Biology at GCSE or equivalent
- IB Diploma - 36-38 points with at least 17 points at Higher Level
The department has a long-standing policy of encouraging applications from those with non-standard qualifications. For details of other UK, EU and International Qualifications recognised by UCL, please follow this link: www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/undergraduate-study/application-and-entry/ug-requirements
Overseas students should enquire about application through the UCL International Office. Undergraduate Prospectus and Departmental Booklets can be found at: www.ucl.ac.uk/prospectus.
We welcome short- and long-term international students. Many Junior Year Abroad students from the USA join our programme for one term or the whole year.