- Induction Week
- Undergraduate Modules
For current students: the Undergraduate module list can be found on this Moodle page on the Anthro Students Hub
For students outside of the department: the Undergraduate modules we are offering can be found in the UCL Module Catalogue
- Policies, Regulations and Guidelines
- Department Timetable
All teaching timetables for this academic year are available on UCL Online Timetable.
Quick direct links to the department timetables including our degree programme timetables are available on this page.
BSc Anthropology/BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad - 1st Year Term 1 Term 2 BSc Anthropology/BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad - 2nd Year Term 1 Term 2 BSc Anthropology/BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad - 3rd Year/4th Year Term 1 Term 2 IBSc Medical Anthropology Term 1 Term 2
MSc Biosocial Medical Anthropology Term 1 Term 2 MA Creative & Collaborative Enterprise Term 1 Term 2 MSc Politics, Violence and Crime Term 1 Term 2 MA Material and Visual Culture Term 1 Term 2 MRes Anthropology Term 1 Term 2 MSc Anthropology, Environment and Development Term 1 Term 2 MSc Digital Anthropology Term 1 Term 2 MSc Human Evolution and Behaviour Term 1 Term 2 MSc Medical Anthropology Term 1 Term 2 MSc Social and Cultural Anthropology Term 1 Term 2
- Writing Tutor
The departmental Writing Tutor is available to help UCL Anthropology students, both undergraduate and postgraduate, improve their writing skills. This includes everything from basic issues of essay organisation, citation and how to avoid plagiarism as well as the more complicated aspects such as argumentation and style. Whether the student simply has not been taught the skill set required for academic writing; is looking to improve upon what skills they already have; or has changed disciplines and is unfamiliar with the writing styles and conventions normative to the social sciences-the Writing Tutor can help in that process.
For further information, students should check out the Writing Tutor's Moodle site.
UCL has a number of resources available to help students improve their academic skills set. The following are a few of these that may be worth taking a look at.
The UCL Language Centre offers full and part-time English for Academic Purposes and foundation courses for international students as well as foreign language courses.
The Graduate School is host to UCL's Royal Literary Fund Fellows, professional authors who offer one-to-one tutorials in effective academic writing, free of charge, to all students at UCL.
- Language Resources
- PGR Student Conference Fund
Each year all UCL Departments are required to set aside funds to help students attend conferences and workshops. The Anthropology Department sets aside £6000 per year for this purpose and all MPhil/PhD students are invited to apply for funding that will cover the cost of travelling to conferences, registering and securing accommodation. The fund is intended to support students who are self-funded or who are not funded for conferences.
- Student Handbooks
All student handbooks are now on Anthropology Student Handbook Moodle.
PhD students who have no access to Moodle whilst abroad can access a
The PDF version will be updated on a regular basis but please access the Moodle version where possible, as it contains the most up to date information.