You'll become part of a socially engaged academic community that is stimulating, demanding and relevant. Students become insightful critical thinkers who are able to make an impact on the world around them.
You will have the opportunity to spend part of your second year in a voluntary work placement gaining valuable contacts and practical experience. You will also have the chance to volunteer in your local community through our Active Student programme.
You'll graduate equipped with transferable skills in research and analysis, ready for careers in areas such as the civil service, local government, social research, policing, housing, the welfare services, probation, crime prevention, community safety, journalism and education.