Phd anthropology in University of waikato
Anthropology is the study of human life. At Waikato we take you on an exploration of socio-cultural anthropology, the investigation of the immense richness and diversity of human social and cultural life.
A bachelors with honours or masters degree with a research component of at least 30 points and have achieved at least Second Class Honours (First Division) or Distinction, An IELTS Overall score of at least 6.0 overall (including at least 6.0 or better in the Writing band), or an iBT (Internet Based TOEFL) score of 90 with a Writing score of 22, Waikato Pathways College: a B grade or better at Level 8 in the Certificate of Attainment in Academic English, PTE Academic overall score of 65 with no less than 58 for each communicative skill
Ethnographer, Museum Curator, Teacher, International Development Worker, Overseas Aid Worker, Travel and Tourism Operator, Lecturer, Research or Policy Analyst