The degree consists of three strands which extend throughout the entire course. The strands focus on social anthropology, biological anthropology and archaeology/material culture.
There are also modules in each of the three years which connect these strands to ensure you get a broad overview of the discipline of anthropology.This course enables you to address questions commonly posed by anthropologists. How has evolution shaped us? What is culture? How can we understand the implicit cultural structures that shape our daily activities? Do any universals of human behaviour exist? To what degree are societies different, and how far do they follow similar principles?
There are opportunities to specialise, particularly through the optional modules in subsequent years and the dissertation or placement.
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Winchester was such a pretty, lovely place to study. It’s a real community oriented university, you’ll get to know everyone here which is great. The nightlife isn’t crazy like, say, Brighton, there are a few nice clubs here, The SU throws the Bop every Wednesday is bloody mental, and if you want to have a really good night out you can get a cheap taxi down to Southampton. My tutors were really supportive, and they drove me to the best of my ability - they offered great feedback and were always available for a chat.
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