MA in Anthropology of Media is the first and still the only programme in Europe that specialises in bringing together contemporary anthropological concerns with media and cultural studies.
The Department is among the largest nationwide and has more students enrolled for Master’s degrees than any other department in the country. This means that Master’s students benefit from a wide range of courses and from renowned faculty with a variety of areas of expertise.
Research outputs ranked 4th in the UK (REF 2014)
Lively research community: 50% of our students are registered for postgraduate degrees.
Anthropologists in the Department have been awarded multi-million Euro grants to pursue large research projects.
Research students benefit from a regular stream of seminars and workshops helping them improve their writing and become professional anthropologists.
MA Anthropological Research Methods and Nepali is the only Masters-level programme offered anywhere in the world that provides students who intend to proceed to conduct anthropological research (broadly defined) in Nepal with the necessary skills (disciplinary, linguistic, methodological).