Anthropology » Career Opportunities
The skills obtained from studying Anthropology leave graduates well equipped for roles where they are required to have an appreciation for different cultures, be sensitive towards people and the ability to see the world in different ways from which they live.
If you want to become an anthropologist, there are various roles in research, university teaching, government and museums. Graduates also have the potential to fill roles globally in international relations or foreign affairs and journalism, where an open mind is essential for success.
As a Cultural Anthropology Graduate your research and critical analysis skills can be applied to a wide range of fields.
Career opportunities include
Anthropology can lead into the following careers
Anthropologists study and compare present and past societies and cultures, and write and present reports on their findings.
Archaeologists study past societies, people and cultures by investigating and examining materials and artefacts, and by surveying historical sites.
Historians research, write and present information about events and people of the past and present.
Curators develop, maintain, research and exhibit collections for museums, art galleries, libraries and historically significant sites.
Conservators help preserve art and artefacts by preventing unnecessary deterioration and repairing any damage.