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Your guide to studying Anthropology in Malaysia

Course Duration:

3.5 Years

Average Salary:

MYR 20,000 - 180,000

Average Fees:

MYR 8,000

Job Demand:

What is Anthropology?

Anthropology is the study of human society, over time and place. That draws upon cultural, biological and social sciences, linguistic, humanities, physical sciences and archaeological research.

Are your favourite subjects in school Geography and History? Do you keep up-to-date with current happenings from around the world? Do you love learning about new cultures and new people from all walks of life? If you do, then you may want to consider taking up the course of anthropology. Do you know what it is? Do you want to learn more about the course? Then you’ve come to the right place!

Anthropology is the study of people throughout the world, their evolutionary history, h

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What are the subjects you will study in a Anthropology?

Geography

English

History

Physics

Introduction to Social Anthropology-Theorising the Everyday World

Introduction to Social Anthropology: Exploring Cultural Diversity

Imagining Social Worlds: Artefacts

Themes in World Archaeology

Theories and Approaches in Anthropology

What are the entry requirements for an Anthropology course?

Degree in Anthropology

STPM : A Grade C (CGPA 2.00) in General Studies and a Grade C (CGPA 2.00) in two (2) other subjects and A minimum of a Level 1 (Band 1) in the Malaysian University Bahasa Inggeris Test (MUET).

SPM : Passed the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) / equivalent with honors (Grade C) in Bahasa Melayu / Bahasa Malaysia or credit (Grade C) Bahasa Melayu / Bahasa Malaysia paper in July and passed in the subjects of history (SPM 2013 and up) SPM

A-Levels : Please check with the relevant university

AUSMAT/SACE : Please check with the relevant university

CPU : Please check with the relevant university

IB : Please check with the relevant university

Matriculation : Please check with the relevant university

How does your education pathway look like?

What skills do you need for a course in Anthropology?

Up-To-Date

While everyone else is up-to-date with Kylie Jenner’s newest picture on Instagram, you’re more inclined to track conflicts and world issues, across all countries and how it affects their people. You find CNN more interesting than Channel E!

Inquisitive

Anthropologists in any field have to naturally question developments and issues. If you know A is happening, how does it affect the people? In turn, how do they react? You’ll need to dig deep from the surface to truly uncover how people have changed over time and will change some more in time to come.

Adventurous

While many can’t wait to travel to amazing islands and captivating archipelagos, you’re more interested in going to places where real issues happen, something your job will demand out of you.

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