Are you interested in the interaction between people and society? And in cultures all over the world? At the Department of Anthropology and Ethnography, you have the opportunity to understand the way your own world fits together – and the world around you as well. You are introduced to current and previous theories about people, culture and society. You also learn many tools that enable you to examine and understand anthropological and ethnographical contexts.
As an anthropology and ethnography student, you face other challenges than just textbooks and lectures. In this study programme, you also acquire knowledge by analysing and reflecting on data that you have helped gather. In other words, you can use your own special academic interests to influence your degree programme personally.
The supplementary subject in anthropology and ethnography, combined with two years of completed basic studies, qualifies you for admission to the Master’s degree programme in anthropology and ethnography.
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