The honours degree entails one year of full-time study and comprises of coursework, ethnographic field research and examinations, as well as a research report of 10 000 words based on field research which must be completed by the end of the academic year.
Students must conduct at least 5 weeks of fieldwork and are also required to attend departmental seminars.
- A relevant bachelor’s degree with a major in Anthropology.
- An average of at least 70% in the Anthropology major of the preceding bachelor’s degree.
- If deemed necessary additional modules will be required.
- Students with a mark between 65% and 70% could be considered on academic merit until the programme is full. Apply to the Head of Department.
• If deemed necessary additional modules will be required.
• Students with a mark between 60% and 65% could be considered under special conditions. Apply to programme manager(s).