By studying Sociology at Brunel, you’ll learn from experts who understand social and political forces plus specialists in communications in a vibrant and friendly environment. An overarching theme of our sociology degrees is the changing nature of society and culture.
As a sociology student you will benefit from the open lectures that Brunel puts on for the public and students. These events are good for networking, gathering new ideas and immersing yourself in academic life.
Studying sociology at Brunel is not limited to the classroom; you’ll have the opportunity to broaden your mind by being exposed to fascinating guest speakers on interesting topics and hearing first-hand experiences and applying this to the real world.
You’ll benefit from a variety of trips throughout your degree to exhibitions and museums in London which will increase your knowledge and understanding of the subjects you’re studying.
A degree in sociology will equip you with the necessary transferable skills in critical thinking, public speaking, communication and interaction, teamwork, creative skills and time management, therefore, preparing you for your future employment.
Our sociology graduates obtain graduate jobs in a variety of public and private sectors including social work, youth work, healthcare sector, business, consultancy, HR, marketing, teaching, PR and journalism, lobbying, government, international development sector, campaigning and fundraising to name just a few.
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Research and PhD programmes
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