Normally 2:1 degree in Anthropology or related discipline
Months of entry
Social anthropology is the study of social and cultural life in the various forms this takes in relation to the many contexts where this is found. As social anthropologists, we aim to answer questions of broad interest through the comparative study of particular people and places. We are especially interested in investigating people in contexts of everyday social life and in understanding these practices from the perspective of those involved. We use a range of ethnographic methods to do this, including participant observation, interviewing, and archival research.
A one year full-time course of supervised research, examined by thesis.
Information for international students
IELTS of 7 with no element below 6 or equivalent TOEFL IBT scores
Fees and funding
Anthropology students achieve regular success in obtaining Durham Doctoral Studentships. The Department has an annual allocation of ESRC funding through the North East Doctoral Training Centre and a good track record in obtaining Wellcome Studentships, Leverhulme awards, Wenner Gren dissertation grants, and Commonwealth Scholarships.
Qualification and course duration
MA by research
Course contact details
- Department of Anthropology
- (0)191 334 1100