the Mary Douglas Awards, to students applying for Master’s programmes for entry in
September 2013. These fee waivers, worth between £2000 -£ 4000 pounds, will be awarded based on the merit of individual applications.
There are three exciting and complementary Masters programmes for students interested in objects, art, museums, digital technologies and media. Please explore the links below for more information and details regarding how to apply:
- MA Material & Visual Culture: for object-focused cultural explorations, visual culture, consumption, and heritage
- MSc Digital Anthropology: exploring the role of the digital in social life in cross-cultural perspective
- MA Culture.Materials.Design: for design anthropology, the new anthropology of materials, and the anthropology of making
At UCL Anthropology, we are proud of our critical approach to social life, our high academic standards and expectations, and our strong sense of community. Study at UCL is demanding but rewarding.
Please circulate this to any of your students who are considering graduate studies with a focus on material, visual and digital culture.