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TOP UK Anthropology Universities 2021 | Complete University Guide


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TOP UK Anthropology Universities 2021 | Complete University Guide

Anthropology tries to find answers to questions related to the development of society in a historical and cultural context. Experts in this field discover significant facts about a particular culture that existed many years ago, study the hierarchy, form of government, customs and taboos. This scientific discipline covers the problems of the humanities and social sciences. Anthropology tries to find the similarities and differences between groups of people living all over the world. Anthropology courses at UK universities will help develop an understanding of people's lifestyles, the structure of society and diverse cultural contexts.

Anthropology students study linguistics, literature and history through which they explore different cultures. In addition, subjects such as money and markets, political forces, religion, health and reproduction are included in the program. An interest and training in the fields of geography, religion, foreign languages and international relations will help the student to successfully complete the program.

Graduates of bachelor's and master's courses pursue careers in teaching, research, politics, media and many other fields. The average salary for a beginner specialist is £ 20,000.

Requirements for applicants:

  • International Baccalaureate points: from 34
  • A-levels: ABB
  • IELTS: 6.5.
Rank Institution Entry Standards Student Satisfaction Research Quality Research Intensity Graduate Prospects Overall Score
1 Cambridge 198   3 0.9 84 100
2 Oxford 192   2.87 0.87 78 97.6
3 University College London 170 4.09 2.91 1 74 93.7
4 Exeter 161 4.07 2.99 1 76 93.7
5 Sussex 148 4.09 2.91 0.88 84 93.5
6 London School of Economics 161 4.2 2.84 1 70 92.8
7 Manchester 155 4.08 3.12 0.76 74 92.7
8 Durham 167 4.01 2.96 0.65 76 92.7
9 Edinburgh 176 4.13 3.02 0.93 60 92.3
10 St Andrews 192 4.39 2.67 0.86 54 92.1
11 Loughborough 145 4.12 2.96 0.95   91.3
12 Birmingham 145 3.85 3.37 0.84   91.2
13 Kent 125 4.27 2.63 0.76 76 90.3
14 Southampton 136 3.76 3.23 0.95   89.7
15 SOAS University of London 156 3.85 2.8 0.86 64 89.5
16 Aberdeen 153 4.16 2.76 0.92 50 88.4
17 Queen's, Belfast 143 4.1 3.07 0.97 46 88
18 Roehampton 105 4.32 2.65 1   87.7
19 Liverpool John Moores 156 3.84 2.49 0.51 66 87.7
20 Brunel University London 103 4.21 2.62 1 64 87.3
21 Bristol 153 3.89 2.17 0.93 62 87.2
22 Goldsmiths, University of London 125 3.99 2.88 0.96 54 87
23 Nottingham Trent 116 4.08     74 85.5
24 Bournemouth 99 4.05 2.65 0.78 60 85.2
25 Plymouth 117 3.93 2.77 0.5 56 84.9
26 University of Wales Trinity Saint David 4.17 2.26 1 48 84.8
27 Birmingham City 113 4.06 2.02 0.38 66 83.9
28 Wrexham Glyndŵr 83 4.43     66 83.5
29 Oxford Brookes 112 3.75 2.38 0.98 50 82.9
30 Derby 114 4.1       82.2
31 Winchester 92 4.01       79.7
32 Leeds Beckett 96 3.98     40 78.4
33 Suffolk 85 4.03     42 78.1
34 Anglia Ruskin 104 3.87     38 78.1
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Kuban State University, Russia (World Economics); Westminster University (Business & Management).
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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