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Human Sciences is Oxford’s most diverse undergraduate degree, being the only one that teaches from all four schools of the university: the humanities, the mathematical, physical and life sciences, the medical sciences, and the social sciences. Its interdisciplinary nature opens an understanding of the way humans live and interact with each other and the world around them. Underlying the degree is the recognition that it is crucial to understand the connections among biological, social, and cultural phenomena in order to address the major issues humans face in a rapidly changing world.

The Human Sciences channel on OxPods includes not only interviews with Human Sciences tutors and professors, but also a range of professors from other subjects, reflecting the interdisciplinary of nature of the degree.

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