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The MSc in Anthropology is a two-year degree programme taught in English. The aim is to provide theoretically based higher education with thematic and regional specialisation as well as experience in research methodology.

The Department of Anthropology offers both a general Master’s degree in Anthropology as well as two specialisation tracks: Specialisation in Business & Organisational Anthropology and specialisation in Anthropology of Health. These specialisation tracks are an opportunity to have an even more targeted profile for your degree programme and your Master´s diploma. The two tracks lie within the structure of the general MSc. Read more about them under the Programme Structure

As a student at the Department of Anthropology, you will be studying at one of the largest Anthropological research establishments in Europe. As part of the programme you will be asked to plan, conduct and analyse a larger fieldwork, which will serve as the basis for your master’s thesis. You can conduct the fieldwork in either Denmark, in your home country or abroad. Find information about the Profile and Career.

Admission requirements

Admission requirements - Anthropology. Photo: Jakob Dall

Admission to a master’s degree programme in Anthropology requires at minimum successful completion of a qualifying and recognised university degree equivalent in level and content to a Danish bachelor’s degree.

If you have completed a bachelor’s degree or are enrolled in the final semester of a bachelor’s degree programme you are eligible to apply for the master’s degree programme in Anthropology.

You are required to document proficiency in English according to your background; see the language requirements.

Solely the applicant’s bachelor degree will be considered when the applicant’s academic qualifications is assessed. This means that it is not possible to complete supplementary courses in order to meet the specific admission requirements.

The only exception to this is activities that have been passed before the bachelor degree was finished. These courses can either be a part of a previous education or taken as single courses. But no more than 30 ECTS credits like this can be taken into account in the assessment.

Please contact the Student Advisory Service, if you are in doubt about the rules or have questions about your entry qualifications.

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