Our programmes will enable you to acquire new knowledge and discover new ways of thinking about society and culture. You will examine real-life case studies and engage in theoretical debates on areas of human life that you have never experienced.
As a student here, you can study areas such as culture and social identity, communities, crime, gender, migration, religion, cyber lives, globalisation, youth, race and ethnicity, social change, inequalities and social policies.
In addition to helping you develop as a social scientist, these courses will also provide you with transferable skills which can help you to build your future career. In particular, many employers seek graduates with statistical competency, and you will enjoy being taught by world-leading researchers in this field.