Anthropology BA (Hons)
- Tution Fees : 18,500
- University : University of Sussex
- Course Duration : 3 years
- Academic Course Level : Under Graduate
- Location : Brighton
- Scholarship : 2000
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- General English Requirement
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Standard XII results from Central and Metro Boards with an overall average of 75-80%.
You will need good grades in your high school leaving qualifications and may sometimes require additional study
(depending on the qualification structure in your home country).
Compare your qualification with our UK degree offer:
Upper second-class (2:1) honours degree or above
Bachelor’s degree from a leading institution with overall mark of 55-70% depending on your university
Lower second-class (2:2) honours degree or above
Bachelor’s degree from a leading institution with overall mark of 50-65% depending on your university
In terms of IELTS, these two levels are as follows (but we also accept a number of other English Language Qualifications):
An IELTS score of 6.5 overall, with at least 6.0 in each of the four components (Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing)
An IELTS score of 7.0 overall, with at least 6.5 in each component (Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing)
The only course that does not use one of these two levels is Medicine BMBS, which requires an IELTS score of 7.5 overall and not less than 7.0 in each section.
We would expect English language qualifications to have been achieved within the two years prior to starting.
Overall result of at least 77%.
6.5 overall, including at least 6.0 in each component or English in 12th Above 70%.
Key Concepts in Anthropology
The Anthropological Imagination
The Anthropology of Exchange, Money and Markets
The Anthropology of Kinship and Relatedness
Worlds and Selves
Ethnographic Research Methods
Key Debates in Contemporary Anthropology
Religion and Ritual
Politics and Power
Anthropology of Migration
Anthropology of the Body
Current Themes in the Anthropology of Latin America
Development, Business and Corporate Social Responsibility
The Anthropology of Europe
Anthropology of Fertility, Reproduction and Health
Anthropology of Islam and Muslim Societies
Race, Ethnicity and Identity
The Anthropology of Africa
The Anthropology of Food
Understanding Contemporary India