When you study with us, you’ll examine some of the biggest issues facing societies today. You could explore Japanese pop culture as an anthropologist, or the human brain and its challenges as a psychologist. You could study desertification or smart cities as a geographer. You could even work with a local MP as a politics student.
You’ll be taught by world class researchers – your learning will always be underpinned by the latest developments in your field. You may have the opportunity to work alongside our research staff and undertake your own research projects.
You’ll have access to great resources – like our bone and archaeological analysis lab, or eye-tracking equipment and facilities to measure brain activity.
You’ll graduate prepared for your future career – with optional work placements, chartered membership opportunities and work experience modules on many of our courses.
Schools and Departments
Courses in Social Studies, Earth Sciences, and Psychology are taught in: