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New answer posted
4 years ago
Member since Jul' 2018
Answered 4 years ago
Hi Nur Sofia Farisya,
Anthropology deals a lot with historical research and occasionally artefacts. Thus, you would likely be inclined to consider jobs within the government as a social or market researcher, or even political risk analyst or human resources officer. You can also become a museum/gallery curator and deal with artefacts up close. Otherwise, jobs such as a higher education lecturer or social worker may interest you as well.
Hope this helps! Good luck.
For Anthropology, you can refer to this link for the top universities: https://afterschool.my/anthropology-courses
For History, do refer to this link: https://afterschool.my/history-courses
For English Literature (and Languages): https://afterschool.my/language-studies-courses
Hope this helps!
Anthropology focuses on the study of human society over time and place. Thus, some subjects that will be key in an Anthropology course are History, Geography, Cultural Studies and other relevant subjects.
For more information about the Anthropology course, click here.