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Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology

Deciding what you would like to do after you graduate can sometimes seem like a daunting prospect. We work with academic staff and employers to provide a tailored service to help you explore your options and find out more about the various career paths you could take.

Each faculty has a linked Career Consultant who works closely with staff and students to provide tailored events and information.

All of our consultants and advisers are able to offer you careers information and advice through our Ask the Adviser Service and workshops. During Ask the Adviser appointments you will see the duty adviser. If you are then referred to a longer 45 minute guidance appointment, you can request to see your subject's Career Consultant.

Take a look below at some resources we have put together to get you started.

What could you do with your degree?

• Use the Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology - What Can I Do With My Degree? download to find out more about various career paths and further study options. It will also help you to identify your key skills and search for job opportunities.

• Take a look at the Economic, Social and Political Sciences and Sociology and Social Policy Careers & Employability Pages.


Options with Criminology

Options with Social Policy

Options with Sociology

Options with Statistics

What do our Social Science Graduates do?

Our graduates go on to a host of diverse careers and pathways. Check out the Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology Alumni pages for an in-depth picture of some of our recent graduates.

Careers Support

Our services are open to all current undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as alumni, to ensure a successful transition into employment or further study.

Our online careers site MyCareer enables you to manage job alerts, sign-up for events and look for volunteering and work experience opportunities on and off campus.

Check out some additional support and resources we offer below.

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Careers Events

Check out our Events calendar and register to come along to any upcoming events.

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Career Planning

Learn how to successfully research career opportunities and how to gain relevant experience.

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