Anthropology is one of the most explorative, relevant and varied subjects at Brunel. Your learning experience goes beyond the lectures and seminars to help you develop your confidence and work-based skills.
You’ll learn in a stimulating environment through a mix of lectures, fieldwork, small seminar groups and independent research. Research and fieldwork are unique opportunities in anthropological study and will enable you to grow in so many ways, giving you the ability to manage a practical research project in the field and beyond.
Whether you are studying one of our anthropology undergraduate degrees, a master’s or the Anthropology PhD programme you’ll have the opportunity to undertake qualitative anthropological research both in the UK and abroad.
On campus you can get involved in a number of fun activities with our societies including The Anthropological Society, giving you the chance to network with like-minded students as well as extend your learning experience through talks, trips and social activities.
Being in close proximity to central London gives you the benefit of being able to access The British Library, Royal Anthropological Institute and a choice of anthropology libraries and related museums. Brunel is also within easy reach of Oxford where you can see the archaeological and anthropological collections at the Pitt Rivers Museum.
You’ll find there is something for everyone on and off campus to enhance your learning during your anthropology course.
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