Undergraduate courses for entry in 2021
- BSocSc3 or 4 yearsL600
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Paid work placement opportunities through Q-Step, at organisations including the World Bank and YouGov
Ranked fifth in the UK for Anthropology
The Complete University Guide 2020 and the QS World University Rankings, 2020
Opportunities for hands-on training in visual anthropology, with access to an unrivalled library of ethnographic film at our Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology
Why study Social Anthropology at Manchester?
Social anthropology is the comparative study of culture, essentially asking what it means to be human. Contemporary anthropology is a critical discipline that tackles a variety of topics.
You could consider questions about how people make families, worship gods and organise their economic and political lives. In short, studying social anthropology changes the way you think: a vital skill in today’s increasingly interconnected and socially and culturally complex world.