When you study Anthropology at the Anthropology and History of Art (joint honours) programme at the Oxford Brookes University you’ll tackle some of the biggest issues our societies face. And from day 1, your studies will take you across subjects, cultures, regions and species. You’ll examine wildlife extinction - and you’ll learn about conservation strategies. You’ll explore social justice and international development issues like:
- Global inequality
- The changing climate
By studying History of Art at Oxford Brookes, you’ll be exploring issues in a collaborative and dynamic environment. Your studies will include museum visits, walk-arounds and special talks from visiting experts from the likes of:
- National Trust
- Modern Art Oxford
- The V&A
This is a diverse course. You’ll explore many different areas. And as you learn, you’ll have opportunities to apply your learning directly to career contexts.This will help you identify the most rewarding career path.
You’ll graduate with strong intercultural awareness - a sought-after skill in today’s employment market. This will set you up for people-orientated careers like:
- human resources and recruitment
Recent graduates have gone into careers in:
- public museums, galleries and collections
- commercial art galleries
- auction houses
- Anthropology of Relatedness
- Becoming an Anthropologist
- Introduction to Biological Anthropology
- Art in Oxford
- Museums and Society
- 36 months
- 72 months
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DisciplinesAnthropology History Art History View 1033 other Bachelors in History in United Kingdom
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
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- UCAS Tariff Points: 104
- A Level: BCC
- IB Points: 29
- BTEC: DMM
- Acceptable passes in five subjects (exceptionally four subjects) at GCSE or GCE including:
- one 12-unit vocational A-level, or
- two A-levels or two 6-unit vocational A-levels, or
- one A-level or 6-unit vocational A-level plus two AS-levels, or
- two 3-unit vocational A-levels *(* where these are included they need to be in subjects other than those held at A-level).
- A National Certificate or Diploma at a good standard.
- The International Baccalaureate Diploma (minimum of 24 points) or the European Baccalaureate Diploma (minimum of 60%).
- Five subjects in SCE with two at Higher level or one at Advanced Higher level.
- Three subjects in Scottish Highers or two at Advanced Higher level.
- Any other qualifications considered by the Academic Board to be of equivalent standard.
- A recognised access course
National9250 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 9250 GBP per year during 36 months.
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