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Anthropology as an academic discipline is the scientific study of humanity. It is specifically interested in human behaviour, cultures, societies and human biology, in both historical and contemporary generations of human species. There are various types of anthropological studies, including social anthropology, cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology and physical or biological anthropology. All of these areas of anthropology are ideal for any student who has an interest in how and why humans are the way we are.
During a degree in Anthropology, you will cover a range of topics. These topics might include:
Although Estonia is a small country, and is home to only around 1.3 million people, it is well developed and has a great higher education system to offer. With the first Estonian university being founded in 1632, the country has a long history of higher education and adopted the Bologna Process in 2002. There are several world ranked universities that offer degrees in the English language, each of them providing a great study abroad experience for international students.
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