Anthropology at Brunel is an explorative subject that will open your mind and challenge your existing perceptions of humanity.
By studying one of our anthropology degrees, you’ll think about the world in a different way and work with your peers to debate current global issues.
Our passionate academic staff will bring their real-life examples into their teaching and encourage you to carry out your own field work to enhance your learning experience. During your first year to ease you onto the course, you’ll have the opportunity to engage and converse with students and personal tutors in small group meetings.
Our anthropology courses consistently get 100% satisfaction rate according to UNISTATS, which highlights the immense joy students get when being taught by our academic staff. You’ll be engaged in thought provoking discussions and be given time for independent learning.
You’ll benefit from a wealth of experience, professional development support and opportunities to undertake international placements, be it two six-month placements or a year-long placement. You also have the added benefit of being able to study abroad at one of our European university partners, giving you a chance to experience new cultures.
Studying anthropology at Brunel through a dynamic mix of teaching and real-world experience will build the skills you need to thrive in your future career journey.
It was great to have the freedom of choice when I looked for my placement. I did charity work in Cambodia and loved experiencing different cultures.
Emily, Anthropology BSc
Learn in an explorative setting and gain industry-relevant skills