Our students share their experiences of studying Social Anthropology at Manchester.
Gudrun opted for a PhD in Anthropology on the basis of the department and her supervisor’s excellent reputations. She has valued the support that she has received with grant applications and the chance to travel with her studies.
Martin was drawn to a PhD in Anthropology because of the reputation of the department and he wasn’t disappointed. He has felt included in the research community and has thoroughly enjoyed his role as Teaching Assistant.
Claire hopes to go on to do a PhD. She believes that a master’s in social anthropology at Manchester has prepared her well for the next step on her academic career.
Jemma had her sights set on the Visual Anthropology MA at Manchester long before her course started. Find out if and how it lived up to her high expectations.
The Social Anthropology department at Manchester is ranked first in the UK. After opting for an MA in Visual Anthropology Aaron thinks he knows why.
Beka is coming to the end of 'the best three years' of her life. She feels well-equipped for a range of careers due to new-found skills in critical analysis and shaping a persuasive argument.