On our undergraduate degree programmes, you can study different aspects of anthropology, human geography, environmental science and wildlife conservation. Most of our courses also offer you opportunities to study abroad or spend a year in professional practice.
We are delighted that, in the 2019 National Student Survey, 96% of our anthropology students said they were satisfied with their course overall.
To celebrate the launch of its new BSc in Human Geography in autumn 2019, the School of Anthropology and Conservation is offering five scholarships of £2,000 for students starting the degree in September 2020. Details of how to apply are available here.
Taking the traditional foundations of geography and energising it to address contemporary issues. Scholarships are available.
Tackling the global conservation crisis by drawing together natural science and the human dimensions of conservation.
Draw on our global expertise to develop a profound understanding of how and why people do the things they do.
Explore what it means to be human by studying culture, history, arts, biology and evolution, encompassing social and biological anthropology.
Examine the ecological and social crises of the 21st century and gain the skills needed to bring about change.
Investigate the evolution and adaptation of humans and their living and fossil primates in this hands-on programme.