School of Anthropology & Conservation

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Undergraduate programmes

Study human evolution, osteology (bones & skeletons), primate behaviour, and forensics with one of the UK’s leading Biological Anthropology research groups. Will suit those with a science background / interest

Explore what it means to be human from a wide range of perspectives, sociological, behavioural, evolutionary, through the study of human remains, observation of primates, understanding culture, history and art

Learn to engage critically & creatively with major social-environmental challenges, understanding that issues of environmental change are not only scientifically complex but wrapped up in social, political & cultural upheavals

Develop a profound understanding of how and why people do the things they do. You'll explore how people work, use technologies and negotiate conflicts, relationships and change in different societies around the world

Conservationists address the most critical issues of our times: how to conserve our planet's resources. If you want to make a difference & help find solutions, our degree shows the way

This broad perspective programme allows you to explore environmental understanding from a range of subjects, including: anthropology, politics, economics, philosophy, law, history, literature and creative arts

 

 

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