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Undergraduate Programmes

BA/BSc Social Anthropology

BA Anthropology and Law

Undergraduate Option Availability

Postgraduate Taught Programmes

MSc Social Anthropology

MSc Social Anthropology (Learning and Cognition) 

MSc Anthropology and Development

MSc Anthropology and Development Management

MSc China in Comparative Perspective

MSc Religion in the Contemporary World

The MSc Law, Anthropology and Society is administered by LSE's Department of Law. Please contact the Law Department with any queries about this course

Postgraduate Research Programme

MRes/PhD Anthropology

LSE-Columbia PhD Exchange

Further Information

If you have any queries about our graduate programmes please make sure you have checked all the points on the LSE Graduate Admissions page, before contacting the Department's Graduate Selectors on Anth_Grad_Admissions@lse.ac.uk.

Frequently Asked Questions about Graduate Admissions

Alumni - or, why study anthropology?

‘What is Anthropology?’: The Royal Anthropological Institute has developed a set of educational resources as an introduction to people interested in studying it. You can find their resources here: http://www.therai.org.uk/education/discover-anthropology/