At St Andrews, you will become part of a vibrant student and staff environment with regular events – from conferences and talks with international speakers to film screenings and small social events. Whether joining our sought-after undergraduate programme, which offers single or combined Honours degrees, or our international postgraduate community (MRes or PhD), you will acquire a powerful set of relevant analytical skills.
The Social Anthropology degree resonates strongly with the demands of today’s job market where analytical tools for understanding inter-cultural processes are critical to a variety of careers. Our graduates choose careers including civil service, human rights, journalism, museums and heritage management, sales and marketing, social policy, and teaching.
The University has a Careers Centre, which runs a range of services from a JobsOnline service (including internships and research assistant schemes) to one-to-one careers advice. It also has further information about where our Social Anthropology graduates go.