Study undergraduate Anthropology at university

Interested in studying Anthropology? Join Dr Juliet Gilbert, Lecturer in African Studies and Anthropology and student Evadne to hear all about the course, the campus, and the opportunities available to you at the University of Birmingham.

00:00 Intro
00:11 Department of African Studies and Anthropology
02:31 Anthropology at the University of Birmingham
10:38 Joint honours Anthropology – the possibilities
16:34 Year One
18:31 Year Two
19:20 Final Year
23:09 Supporting you along the way
25:48 Preparing you for life after uni
27:51 Contact details
28:40 Interview with Anthropology student Evadne about the degree course and student life in Birmingham

The Department of African Studies and Anthropology is the only one of its kind in the world and is ranked third in the UK (The Guardian). Benefit from more than 50 years’ experience of teaching and research, including particular strengths in social and cultural anthropology. Your study will include theories from anthropologists working all over the world, the interplay with other academic disciplines, and developmental and humanitarian concerns. With opportunities to do fieldwork of your own, you will become an acute observer of the societies around you. Tailor our programmes to suit your strengths and interests, and towards a wide range of careers. The skills you gain will help to make you a much sought-after graduate.

Undergraduate Anthropology courses at the University of Birmingham:
Archaeology and Anthropology
Anthropology and African Studies
Anthropology and Classical Literature and Civilisation
Anthropology and History
Anthropology and Politics

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