Studying anthropology at Brunel will open your mind to different perspectives and make you challenge your assumptions.
Our anthropology degrees will take you on a journey through research stories and research-led teaching alongside your personal experiences, be it local or international.
You can develop your personal confidence and project management skills through your own fieldwork which can be anything from volunteering for a charity, researching religious institutions to rural communities across the globe.
Immerse yourself in the practical experiences, which will develop transferable skills including communication, problem-solving and team-working for you to take into any type of career.
Throughout your anthropology course, you’ll be supported by your personal tutor and the Professional Development Centre to help you search for fieldwork, apply for roles and ensure that it’s in a safe working environment.
We also run an International Summer School which encompasses two international visits giving you first-hand insight into different cultures and most importantly a memorable experience.
See how to take your learning international