As a student of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at VU Amsterdam, you learn to understand the world through other people’s eyes and interact with people from different backgrounds. You learn from and with one another. This degree programme equips you for careers ranging from a researcher at a civil society organisation or a cultural specialist in the public or private sector, to a journalist or policy advisor at local or national level, or an advisor at companies that need to keep their ear to the ground with regard to social developments.
During the Bachelor’s programme in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at VU Amsterdam you study universal topics like migration, globalisation and religion. The programme distinguishes itself by:
1. A lot of personal contact with a committed, experienced team of instructors
2. Collaboration with external stakeholders in the profession
3. The focus is on current local and global social issues
4. A lot of attention paid to fieldwork
5. Making an impact and acquiring experience
Together with fellow students from near and far you will work on local and global anthropological issues and you will contribute towards solving contemporary problems.
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- Full Time
High School diploma equivalent to the Dutch VWO-diploma and sufficient proficiency in Mathematics.
Application deadline for EU students is May 1.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning