3 Anthropology Master's degrees in Norway

Anthropology

Anthropology is a branch of social sciences and deals with the various social aspects of the human being. Main fields of research in Anthropology are biological, linguistic, cultural and social anthropology as well as archaeology.

Find and compare 3 Masters in Anthropology in Norway. Below is a selection of the available study options in Norway. If you're interested in studying Anthropology in Norway you can view all 3 Master's programmes. You can also read more about the Anthropology discipline in general, or about studying in Norway.

Suggested Master's Programmes

Childhood Studies
  • Aug 2015
  • EEA € 0 per year
  • 24 months

Are you interested in children’s everyday lives and in childhood as a social and cultural phenomenon? Would you like to know about children’s lives in different parts of the world?

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Visual Cultural Studies
  • Jan 2016
  • Aug 2015
  • EEA € 0 per year
  • Non-EEA € 0 per year
  • 24 months

Are you interested in documentary filmmaking and human culture? At Visual Cultural Studies you are given the opportunity to study ethnographic film making in an international environment, culminating with the production of your very own film and written theses. The exam films produced by our students are well known for their quality, with many being invited to international documentary film festivals.

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Peace and Conflict Transformation (Peacestudies)
  • Aug 2015
  • EEA € 0 per year
  • Non-EEA € 0 per year
  • 24 months

The Master's programme offers in-depth understanding of the key issues informing the field of peace and conflict studies. It provides interdisciplinary insights into the nature and causes of conflicts, as well as efforts at building peace and restoring confidence in institutions in conflict-affected societies. It actively recruits students from Nordic and non-Nordic countries to create and promote cross-cultural teaching and learning experiences.

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Norway

Norway

The UN consistently ranks Norway as having the highest standard of living in the world based largely on average levels of education and income, combined with expected length of lifetime.

English-Taught Education

Many universities in Norway offer study programmes taught in English. Studying abroad in English-taught classes makes it easier to transfer your acquired knowledge to other countries. Furthermore, English-taught education will ensure international career opportunities in the future. Before starting a programme, you need to have a basic knowledge of the English language. Find an English course on Language Learning Portal or assess your level of English by taking the IELTS language test.