|Degree:||Undergraduate Master of Arts (MA (UG))|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||1,820 GBP|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||15,300 GBP|
Anthropologists explore the biological and social features that make us human to gain a deeper understanding of the cultural and ethnic differences in our beliefs and perspectives. At Aberdeen, we explore this subject in a wide social, political and economic context.
You will gain a unique insight into the behaviour, beliefs and attitudes of societies all over the world, finding connections between aspects of life such as family, economics, politics and religion and themes including ethnicity and nationalism.
You will be inspired by teachers and researchers who are international leaders in their fields and you will take advantage of Aberdeen being an international research centre for studying the northern Arctic peoples from Russian and the Nordic and Baltic countries, as well as people from Iceland, Greenland, Canada and Alaska.
The skills you will develop in critical thinking and analysis will give you a deep knowledge and understanding of human behaviour, which can be applied in business and many other fields. Many of our graduates now work in research, teaching, media, politics, or in business or public sector organisations in a host of roles with international and cultural contexts.
You will enjoy a special, warm welcome at the University of Aberdeen and benefit from excellent teaching, the international impact of our research and a global experience, all within our friendly and vibrant international community. You will love our beautiful campus and great facilities for learning, sports and leisure and our many opportunities to develop extra skills, broaden your horizons and gain the competitive advantage in the career path you choose.