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  MSc in Anthropology


Aarhus University    Arts

Full time August, September MSc 2 years
Anthropology (2) Creative Arts & Design (9) Languages, Literature & Culture (21)

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Embark on a captivating journey of cultural exploration with the MSc in Anthropology at Aarhus University. Delve into diverse cultures and societies worldwide, gaining a profound understanding of human conditions and societal dynamics. Choose between two tracks: Visual Anthropology, focusing on audiovisual research and communication, or General Anthropology, allowing specialisation in various intriguing topics. Develop practical skills through fieldwork and practical training, culminating in a thesis that can incorporate visual anthropological products. Upon completion, you will possess a wealth of competences, including cultural understanding, communication prowess, and analytical skills, making you highly sought after in the global job market. Anthropologists have diverse career opportunities in sectors such as social services, organisations, development projects, and health. To qualify, you need a relevant bachelor's degree and meet specific academic and English language requirements. Join us in shaping a better understanding of humanity and society through the lens of Anthropology.

About the course

In the degree programme, you work with cultures and societies around the world. You work with a comparative perspective and, through the study of social and cultural conditions, you seek to acquire an understanding of human conditions and the way they change. You gain insight into how people live and interact with each other and into the society's institutions, rules, traditions and technology. Anthropology deals with humans as social and cultural beings and with the way we interact with each other and society. These are important skills in an increasingly globalised world, and with a Master’s degree in Anthropology you are well equipped for the Danish as well as the international job market.

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Entry Requirements

1. General admission requirement
A relevant and recognised bachelor’s degree (minimum of 180 ECTS)

2. Specific admission requirements
Specific academic requirements (e.g. a minimum of ECTS within a specific field)

3. English language requirement
Recognised tests:
• TOEFL (ibt): 83
• IELTS: 6.5
• Cambridge: Specific grades apply

* Tests must be no more than two years old.

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Fees

EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: FREE
Others: 8,000 EUR/year

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GEORGE SARKODIE ADU

The independence we had to write a personally selected exam topic was wonderful. It gave me time to think, and think better, so as to write a good research paper. The content and approach in the qualitative research methodology were great, useful both in and outside academia. Thematically, I have gained so much international exposure from the Global Studies and Development specialisation. As I work now, developing my own human capital development NGO, these experiences are still very, very useful.

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