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What is it to be human? How do we live? Where did we come from and where are we going? These are some of the big questions which you will explore during your Anthroplogy degree. Anthropology is the study of the cultural and biological diversity of humans. At Roehampton we cover classic themes of social anthropology (such as kinship, witchcraft, cannibalism and indigenous cosmologies) and elements of biological anthropology, including human ecology and adaption, primate biology and behaviour, and human evolution. Study with us for a highly dynamic learning experience, taught by staff engaged in world-class research. Themes such as violence, sexuality, wildlife conservation, global health or mental illness are studied from social and biological points of view. In addition, this course focuses on topics such as the relationship between culture and biology, gender and performance, globalisation and tourism, political/historical ecology and medical anthropology. The anthropology of science and the study of human-animal relations are also explored in considerable depth. We run some of the UK's most innovative modules. In The Anthropology of Tourism, you will study tourists, their motivations and influences through a series of field trips, films, lectures, and discussion. In Human Evolution, you will learn about all aspects of the evolution of hunter and gatherers from their diet, foraging practices, technology, residence, mobility, reproduction, cooperation and social organisations.
In your first year, you will experience ‘team-teaching’ in which you will be co-taught by social and biological anthropologists to explore concepts and case-studies together, and discuss their different, complementary and sometimes opposing viewpoints. These modules make for a lively and exciting exploration of key issues. This integrated approach will continue into your second year, with an equal and complementary balance of social and biological modules. In the third year, you’ll have the opportunity to specialise in areas that interest you most.
Qualified teacher status (QTS)
To work as a teacher at a state school in England or Wales, you will need to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS). This is offered on this course for the following level:
- Course does not award QTS
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
Please see https://www.roehampton.ac.uk/applying/undergraduate-entry-requirements/
English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||6||with a minimum of 5.5 in each band|
|TOEFL (iBT)||80||with the following minimum scores: Reading: 18 Writing: 17 Listening: 17 Speaking: 20|
|PTE Academic||51||with no less than 51 in any band|
|Cambridge English Advanced||C||grade C in tests prior to 2015 with no less than 'weak' in any band|
We may accept other high school English qualifications if you are applying for an undergraduate degree. Please contact us at [email protected] to clarify.
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Fees and funding
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|