Study & Experience

Anthropology is a challenging and fascinating subject. Whether you want to explore the subject through a few short courses, or pursue an entire degree there are increasing opportunities to study anthropology at all levels through distance and face to face learning. Volunteering, travelling, and taking part in archaeological digs, or doing an internship offer great ways to supplement your studies and expose yourself to the diversity that anthropology has to offer. This section provides information on studying anthropology from pre-university education to continuing and distance learning programmes, as well as information, case studies and resources on gap year, volunteering and internship experiences.

This Summer Challenge course at UCL encourages Yr 12 students to learn more about Anthropology and consider applying for Anthropology at university. This is part of UCL’s widening participation programme. For full details see these links:Cultural London: Diversity in the city & FAQs

Format: over 6 weeks in June and July students partake in 2-hour subject specific sessions every Tuesday or Wednesday. During those weeks, students participate in a mixture of lectures, seminars and practical sessions, which then supports them with their final research project at the end of the course.

Application deadline: 22 April 2016 Course Dates: Wednesdays 15, 22 & 29 June and 6, 13, 20 & 27 July 2016