In addition to developing linguistic proficiency in French, students on the Anthropology and French degree learn to critically reflect on identity, culture and society. In Anthropology, they examine patterns of social interaction, interrogate how social identities bind groups together, and understand how conflict arises and resolutions are found across the world’s cultures.
In French, they analyse Francophone cultures (literature, cinema, linguistics, art, history) in the broadest sense. Students often spend their year abroad in a francophone country such as Martinique or Réunion, where they can complete anthropological fieldwork for their final-year project.
Anthropology, French Language, Learning Languages, Social Sciences
4 years | Full time
Only one is required
The application procedure varies for undergraduate and postgraduate students, so we publish separate information for each. You’ll also need to be able to provide evidence of a specified level of ability in the English language.
The following qualifications will be considered for direct entry to our undergraduate programmes:
- The Certificate of General Secondary Education with 80% plus successful completion of a recognised Foundation programme.
- Applicants who have successfully completed at least one year of university study in Egypt with good grades will be considered on a case by case basis.
- A Levels.
- Between 30 and 36 points in the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB). Information on required grades.