Humanities, Law and Social Science (Undergrad)


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Faculty Facts

Annual tuition fees

$16,543 $19,688

Undergraduate Foundation in Business, Economics, Accounting and Real Estate

3 terms £1,000 to £2,500

Undergraduate Foundation in Humanities, Law and Social Science

3 terms £1,000 to £2,500

Undergraduate Foundation in Life Sciences

3 terms £2,000 to £3,000

Undergraduate Foundation in Physical Sciences and Engineering

3 terms £2,000 to £3,000



4 Years


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Delivery mode


Degree type

Foundation year

List of Programs

progression programs:

  1. Anthropology and Archaeology
  2. Anthropology and English
  3. Anthropology and Geography
  4. Anthropology and History
  5. Anthropology and International Relations
  6. Anthropology and Philosophy
  7. Anthropology and Politics
  8. Anthropology and Psychology
  9. Anthropology and Sociology
  10. Anthropology and Theology & Religion
  11. Anthropology
  12. Art History
  13. English and History
  14. English and History of Art
  15. English and International Relations
  16. English and Philosophy
  17. English and Politics
  18. English and Sociology
  19. English and Theology & Religion
  20. English
  21. History and International Relations
  22. History and Legal Studies
  23. History and Philosophy
  24. History and Politics
  25. History and Sociology
  26. History and Theology & Religion
  27. History
  28. History of Art and Theology & Religious Studies
  29. History of Art
  30. International Relations and Legal Studies
  31. International Relations and Sociology
  32. International Relations and Theology & Religion
  33. Law
  34. Law with English Law
  35. Legal Studies and Politics
  36. Natural Philosophy
  37. Philosophy and Physics
  38. Philosophy and Politics
  39. Philosophy and Psychology
  40. Philosophy and Sociology
  41. Philosophy and Theology & Religion
  42. Philosophy
  43. Philosophy, Politics and Economics
  44. Politics and International Relations
  45. Politics and Sociology
  46. Politics and Theology & Religion
  47. Sociology and Theology and Religion
  48. Sociology
  49. Theology and Religion


Academic Requirements

  • Good high school graduate grades or equivalent.
  • IGCSE / GCSE / O-Level: 5 passes with grade 4 minimum or grade C, including native language
  • A levels/AS levels: 24 UCAS points (native language accepted)
  • IB first year – 24 points or IB Certificate IB – 22 points

Additional requirements

  • For our Life Sciences pathway, you will also need to have studied Chemistry and one other science or Maths subject.
  • For the Physical Sciences and Engineering pathway, Maths and/or Physics may also be required.

English Tests Requirements



(4.5 in writing, 4.0 in all other skills)

About Faculty

Start your Aberdeen adventure with this exciting pathway programme, leading to a wide and varied choice of progression degrees.

Top Reasons to Study in University of Aberdeen

The University of Aberdeen ranks in the top 160 universities* in the world. As a student here, you will be able to learn from and contribute to world-leading research, making an impact on the rest of the world.

With over 14,500 students on campus, the University of Aberdeen is a vibrant and lively place to be a student. After you progress from the International Study Centre, you will be a part of the 130 different nationalities at the University, giving you not just the opportunity to discover Scottish culture, but those from all over the world.

At Aberdeen, you will follow the Scottish education system –with most undergraduate degrees lasting four years. Scottish degrees are traditionally more flexible than the rest of the UK, allowing you to choose your studies based on your interests or explore other areas to maximise your employability.

Ranking & Accreditation of University of Aberdeen

  • 13th in the UK in the Guardian University Guide 2023
  • 192nd in the world in the Times Higher Education Ranking 2023
  • 2nd in Scotland, Wales and N Ireland for student satisfaction in The National Student Survey 2023
  • 2nd in the UK for Sustainable Education in the QS Sustainability Rankings 2023
  • Queen’s Anniversary Prize for research and teaching in Soil Science in 2021
  • A historical place to study Enjoy a long history of academic excellence by gaining your degree at Scotland’s 3rd oldest university, and the 5th oldest in the United Kingdom, founded in 1495.

Student Accommodation at University of Aberdeen

A range of accommodations, located in or close to King’s Campus, Hillhead Student Village and the City Centre.

  • from £99 to £169 per week

When you are deciding on which accommodation you would want to live in, you will have the option to choose from catered or self-catered. If you prefer to cook, and have the freedom to shop for yourself, the self-catered package may be best for you. A variety of supermarkets are only a short walk away, with plenty of small convenience stores that are also usually open until late.

You can also live in alcohol free or quiet accommodation in our dedicated blocks. This year we are offering students the option of Keith House. If you accept your offer of alcohol free accommodation you will have entered into an agreement not to drink alcohol in your apartment. If you do so you will be moved to another residence/apartment of our discretion.



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