Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology (BSc)
Combining hands-on research with work practice, our International Bachelor in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology is a three-year programme that provides insights and skills relating to cultural and social differences.
Why study Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology?
Are you eager to fully understand the complexity of today’s gender issues, social media use, food habits, social justice movements, labour relations, religious expressions, etc.?
The International Bachelor in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology challenges you to explore different cultural practices by entering the mindsets of different people. You will be stimulated to delve deeper into areas that fascinate you, varying from climate change to racism and from homelessness to child labour.
Why the International Bachelor in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology in Leiden?
If you choose the International Bachelor in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at Leiden you will:
- Explore the impact of diversity, digitalisation, and sustainability on people's daily lives;
- Live with the people you’ll be studying and learn how to conduct fieldwork;
- Be part a highly international classroom!
Note: All lectures and readings are in English, while tutorials, workshops, fieldwork training, exams, and written assessments are optionally in Dutch or English.
Learn more about studying Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology in Leiden here.
This programme is definitely for you if..
- You often wonder why people are so different;
- You would love to learn first-hand why people behave how they do;
- You empathise with individuals, groups, and communities that constantly cope with pressing issues;
- You are interested in using photo and film in research;
- You relish the challenge and adventure of developing an independent mindset.
Look here for information on admission and application.