UCL Anthropology was the first UK department to integrate biological and social anthropology with material culture into a broad-based conception of the discipline. Now one of the largest anthropology departments in the UK in both staff and research student numbers, we offer exceptional breadth of expertise. Alongside our strengths in these three core areas, we are committed to incorporating interdisciplinary and interdepartmental connections in our programmes. Students can take advantage of the anthropological community in London and the department's links with European universities and international institutions.
Degree programme Qualification Study mode Anthropology MRes FT Anthropology, Environment and Development MSc FT/PT Biosocial Medical Anthropology MSc FT/PT Creative Documentary by Practice MFA FT Creative and Collaborative Enterprise MA FT/PT Digital Anthropology MSc FT/PT Ethnographic and Documentary Film (Practical) MA FT/PT Human Evolution and Behaviour MSc FT/PT Material and Visual Culture MA FT/PT Medical Anthropology MSc FT/PT Politics, Violence and Crime MSc FT/PT Social and Cultural Anthropology MSc FT/PT