Social Sciences Open Day at SI-UK London
If you are interested in studying Social Sciences in the UK, then do not miss out as Bradford, Royal Holloway, London Metropolitan, Anglia Ruskin, De Montfort, Goldsmiths and Greenwich visit the SI-UK London office to meet prospective international students.
Learn more about undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in International Development, International Relations and Security and Peace and Conflict Studies as Professor Christoph Bluth from Bradford gives a special seminar at 14:30.
The Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Bradford is recognised internationally for its research and teaching across the social sciences. Its research centres are known throughout the world for providing cutting edge applied research and the University work closely with governments, public bodies and multilateral organisations including the United Nations, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Commission, the Quakers, and others. A unique range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offering excellent learning and employability opportunities are offered to students.
We’re academically ambitious, and proud that we’ve been recognised for many subject areas according to the Guardian University Guide 2017.
Six subject areas are in the top 20: Mechanical Engineering, Criminology, Sociology, Building and Town & Country Planning, Fashion & Textiles, as well as Social Policy & Administration. Our Arts, Law and Social Science Faculty has been particularly well-recognised with our Criminology courses ranking number 7, Sociology subject areas ranked 20th and our Philosophy subjects ranking 22nd in the UK. Our ever-popular subjects listed under Fashion & Textiles and Media & Film studies rank 17th and 21st respectively.
De Montfort University Social Sciences courses are professionally focused to enhance graduates employability and ensure they receive the highest standards of teaching. More than 96 per cent of Social Sciences graduates are employed or enrolled in further study within six months of completing their course, finding careers in the Police, teaching, social and youth work, community work, research and academia, health and welfare.
Goldsmiths, University of London is a famous arts and social sciences university based in south-east London. The department of Anthropology is often cited as one of the best in Europe and the Art department is recognised as one of Britain’s most prestigious. Goldsmiths often ranks in the top five in the UK across all Art categories, and seven former students have won the prestigious Turner Prize.
The University has been recognised as one of the UK's top creative and political universities as voted for by students by Which? University 2014.
The Department of History, Politics & Social Sciences at Greenwich offers stimulating undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in history, politics and international relations and sociology, and also offers courses in philosophy.
The department prides itself on the exciting range of programmes that are on offer to students and on the support provided to students throughout their studies, enhancing their knowledge, skill sets, confidence and employability. Staff are enthusiastic and approachable and are dedicated to ensuring that every student achieves their full potential.
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at London Met provides a vibrant, stimulating and supportive study environment where you can choose from a range of flexible courses taught by world-leading experts. Courses are strongly linked to the world of employment, leading to outstanding career-building opportunities. The Faculty has an outstanding reputation for research, and 80% of research in the social work, social policy and media and communications area was judged to be ‘world leading’, ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘internationally recognised’ in the latest Government Research Assessment Exercise.
Social Sciences at Royal Holloway is made up of a wide variety of departments, each with its own specialisms and expertise. This collaborative approach creates a stimulating environment and ensures that teaching and research is as well-rounded as it is innovative. Departments include economics, law, criminology & sociology, management, politics & international relations, public history and social work.
Where: SI-UK London Office
When: Thursday 16 June 2016, 14:30 - 18:00