The Department of Anthropology at Goldsmiths is one of the best in Europe, specialising in innovative research of contemporary relevance. Our degrees explore a range of topics including art, human rights, animals, the body and health, development, cultural and visual anthropology.
Goldsmiths' Centre for Cultural Studies is dedicated to theoretical and practical explorations in contemporary culture. We specialise in the study and design of culture: media technologies, software, art, urban space, interventions in global geo-politics. At the same time we engage in serious theoretical enquiry. Visit gold.ac.uk/cultural-studies to find out more about us.
Community Studies at Goldsmiths covers community arts, community engagement, community development and youth work. The degree courses are available at BA, MA, MPhil and PhD levels, with awards also available at HE Cert, PG Dip and PG Cert.
We emphasise the creative arts as a way of engaging and intervening in community settings, especially through drama and music.
We continue Goldsmiths' proud tradition of creative community activism and advocacy, working to think and rethink the challenging environment we're part of in South East London, and beyond.
The Department of Computing at Goldsmiths has interdisciplinarity at the heart of its identity. We run undergraduate and postgraduate computing degree programmes that include the application of computer science and programming to the arts, media, music, design, games, psychology and business.
The Department of Design at Goldsmiths is dynamic, contemporarily engaged and forward thinking. Our degrees cultivate versatile, pioneering graduates, critically aware of their responsibilities to the environment and of the ethical dimension of their activities in influencing social processes and cultural formation. Find out more at gold.ac.uk/design/