Bachelors in Cultural Studies
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Cultural Studies offers the students the opportunity to learn about and experience as many aspects of human culture as their imaginations will allow. The discipline began several decades ago, within the study of literature and literary criticism, but has since blossomed into a critical theoretical approach to the very building blocks of human society and human interaction. Students of Cultural Studies will wade deep into history, sociology, anthropology, religion, media, politics, literature, popular culture and the arts, studying extensively the interplay between all these various human activities that together make up human culture
Degree program for this course are:
- FA / F.Sc with at least 2nd division (i.e. 495 marks).
- O-levels (in at least 8 subjects)
- 3 A-levels with at least an average of C-grade. Advanced Subsidiary (AS) will not be taken into account.
- International Baccalaureate High School Diploma result with at least 2.5 CGPA and equivalence certificate from IBCC
Graduating Cultural Studies students are equipped to follow a variety of career paths. Students often enroll in programs of graduate studies in any of the related fields; follow a career in development, working with various aid programs and agencies; pursue professional degrees in business, law, journalism or education; join the civil services or teach in primary schools.