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UCL is one of the highest rated universities in the world, coming fourth after MIT, Cambridge and Harvard in the 2012-13 annual Times Higher Education QS World University Rankings.
Our research platform on Subjectivity and the Cultural Imagination (SCI) brings together anthropologists working on the role of the imagination in diverse social and cultural scales.
The Laboratory for the Ethnography of the UK (LabUK) is a research platform for the study of contemporary British society and culture through an anthropological lens.
Enquiries about the programme and the department can be directed to the Course Tutor, Dr Martin Holbraad at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enquiries about the application process and other administrative matters should be directed at James Emmanuel (email@example.com), the department's Postgraduate Coordinator.
General information for overseas applicants can be found on the UCL International Students page, while information for all prospective graduate students can be found on the Graduate Prospectus 2013/14 entry page.
The information contained in this site is specific to the MSc in Social and Cultural Anthropology MSc, one of a number of taught masters programmes convened at the Anthropology Department at UCL (see those sites for their respective details or for information on other programmes).
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