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Southern-England

Philosophy degrees in Southern England

32 universities offer 302 courses. To get the best results for Undergraduate Philosophy degrees, enter your predicted grades.

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    (4.0) 941 reviews
  • Employment rate: 91%
  • CUG ranking: 21st
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    (4.0) 696 reviews
  • Employment rate: 75%
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    (4.1) 1045 reviews
  • Employment rate: 85%
  • CUG ranking: 29th
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    (4.0) 1134 reviews
  • Employment rate: 80%
  • CUG ranking: 43rd
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    (3.9) 956 reviews
  • CUG ranking: 30th
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    (4.1) 1134 reviews
  • Employment rate: 90%
  • CUG ranking: 35th
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    (4.1) 1101 reviews
  • Employment rate: 90%
  • CUG ranking: 51st

Studying about Philosophy

A philosophy degree allows you to examine the great minds of the past, teaching you how to critically think about the world’s most important questions. You will tend to cover subjects that include knowledge, truth, ethics and the nature of human existence. You will learn how to form coherent and persuasive arguments, and to challenge assumptions. Those who graduate with a philosophy degree tend to work in a variety of disciplines that include teaching, PR, politics, communications, HR or journalism.

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