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Durham University#6
University of East Anglia (UEA)#7
University of Birmingham#8
The University of Manchester#9
Queen's University Belfast (QUB)#10
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University of Edinburgh#12
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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
On-campus.
OPEN DAYS:
On-campus open day on 10th Sep.
TEACHING NOTES:
The University is now planning to transition back to in-person teaching from Monday 31 January 2022. The arrangements that applied in Semester One will, in most cases, will be reinstated from 31 January. Modules will continue to be taught through a combination of in-person and online lectures and tutorials, depending on the programme of study. Individual schools will advise students on the details, but all students should plan to be on campus to engage with their studies.
This is the latest available data taken from the qub.ac.uk website on 27th July 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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2 Anthropology reviews at Queen's University Belfast (QUB)


Student Review: 3 /5

Social Anthropology, BA Hons

By member650982 On 6th September 20

Social anthropology will always be a very interesting subject, but what Queen's promised, wasn't delivered. The majority of the modules were boring, the ones I wanted to do not being offered to me, and you had the constant option in all three years to study NI and the troubles. Since I'm from NI and was taught this throughout secondary school, that was a disappointment. I ended up doing politics and english lit so I could have some variety in what I was studying. The degree itself, pushes you in the direction of research as a possible occupation, which is fine but there wasn't much else you can do with it without wanting to go on to do an MA or PhD.

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Student Review: 4.8 /5

English and Social Anthropology, BA Hons

By member1141105 On 6th August 19

Lecturers are brutally honest but amazing!! Anthropology is severely underrated in queens- should be so much more popular!

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