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The Victoria University of Wellington Bachelor of Arts (BA) will give you insights into cultures, languages, art, history, politics and societies that will challenge your thinking and expand your view of the world.
Study how people live and interact with each other in communities all over the world. Explore topics like the relative importance of kinship, class and caste, and the way that different cultural groups deal with conflict and reconciliation. Look at cultures from all over the world, from Oceania to the Middle East and compare them to understand the many ways social life can be meaningfully organised.
For this degree you'll need to:
Complete at least 360 points, of which:
In addition to the degree requirements, for this major you'll need to complete:
Future-proof your career
The job-market is changing fast with many current jobs predicted to be automated within 10 to 15 years. Gain skills valuable in any workplace studying for a BA develops your creativity, flexibility and imagination, and teaches you how to think critically and present an argument. You'll also develop research skills and learn to communicate complex ideas in both speech and writing.
Get your degree in a subject you have a genuine passion for and set yourself on a path to a fulfilling career. BA graduates are employed in almost every part of the workforce. Your ability to view things from different perspectives, and skills in research and analysis can be applied in a vast array of careers. At Victoria you'll be encouraged to think about how what you learn can contribute to a progressive, inclusive and internationally connected society.
Achieve the International Baccalaureate Diploma, or three GCE Advanced Level passes at C grade, or equivalent.
English language requirements
IELTS overall band of 6.0 with no sub-score below 5.5; TOEFL 80 on the internet-based test; A minimum of three ratings of 4 and one rating of 3 in the Victoria University of Wellington English Proficiency Programme (EPP) test; Pearson Test of English: score of 50 (with a ‘Communicative’ score of not less than 42).
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