Melbourne Victoria 3010
CRICOS course code: 002167E
Level of study: Undergraduate
Anthropology is the study of people’s common humanity as well as the extraordinary cultural and social diversity found around the globe. Its distinctive methodology, based on intense, long-term participation in people’s daily lives, allows for ideas to develop out of local experience and knowledge. Contemporary fieldwork is as likely to take place in an urban tower block or tourist resort or moving with migrants or refugees, as it would be in a remote village in Africa or an island community in Melanesia. This major invites participation in subjects on: diverse ideas about the body; belief and religious practices; the growth of consumption and commodification, ethnic and national identity, and constructions of nature, sex, family and gender. The course we offer will expand your horizons by challenging your taken-for-granted understanding of the world, and it will also provide you with the skills needed to work successfully with people, to listen, to think critically, and to be fully engaged in an ever more expanding world.
Anthropology studies what it means to be human in a globalising world, providing a critical vantage point from which to reflect on ourselves and others. Its distinctive methodology, based on intense, long-term participation in people's daily lives, allows for ideas to
develop out of local experience and knowledge.
This major explores the extraordinary variety of cultural and social forms found around the globe, focusing on the diverse ways people interact, organise their relationships, and find meaning in their lives.
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|Tuition Fees (AUD $)||Start date||Duration||Campus|
36,194 Per Year
Read moreIndicative first year fee: 33,824 - 38,564; Indicative total course fee: 1,06,656 - 1,21,608
01 Mar 2021
24 Jul 2021
|3 years Full time||
The University of Melbourne
Melbourne Victoria 3010
Completed secondary education recently (within the past two years)
Completed some or all of a higher education qualification
Completed some or all of a VET qualification
English language requirements
TOEFL – you need a score of 577 or more including a score of 4.5 in the Test of Written English for a paper-based test, or a score of 79 and scores of 21 for writing, 18 for speaking, 13 for reading, 13 for listening for an internet-based test.
IELTS – you need a score of 6.5 or more in the Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS), with no bands less than 6.0. Pearson Test of English – you need an overall score of between 58-64 inclusive and achieve no PTE communicative skills score below 50. Cambridge English, Advanced/Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) – you need a Cambridge English Score of 176 with no skill below 169.