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Sociology, BSc (Hons), with industry placement

Kingston University, United Kingdom

 
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Subject ranking

Overall
UK / Guardian
60th
Social sciences
UK / Times
80th
Sociology
UK / The Times
158th

Costs

Course feesS$24.3K / year
Entertainment, books
food & rent
S$24.6K / year
Beer S$10
MacDonalds S$13
Cinema S$20
Coffee S$6
TotalS$48.9K / year

Entry requirements

A Level BBC
Diploma 2.2
International Baccalaureate 25

Scholarships

Postgraduate Scholarships
£4000 for tuition
11 - 20 available
Undergraduate Scholarships
£4000 for tuition
21 - 50 available
International Student Loyalty Bursary (Alumni)
10% for tuition
Unlimited quantity
International Student Loyalty Bursary (Family)
10% for tuition
Unlimited quantity
British Chevening Scholarships
100% for tuition and living expenses
Limited quantity

Information

Course
Code
L302(1)
University
Code
K84
Upcoming
Intakes
Sep 2024
Course
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Information
WHATSAPP
+65 9650 3225
HOTLINE
+65 6333 1300

Duration

4 years
Graduate
2028
About the course

Reasons to choose Kingston– An optional work placement will enhance your learning and give you valuable work experience for your future career.– There are opportunities to enrich your studies by participating in field trips.– You’ll be taught in a vibrant department with events such as student conferences and research seminars.About this courseHow can we better understand today’s social inequalities, and what can we do to solve them? What impact has globalisation had on our every day lives? How does our culture and society shape our identity and how we evaluate others? These are the types of questions we examine in our sociology degree. You’ll look at many areas of social life, such as gender, race and class, family, migration, creative industries and fashion, to understand how power operates, how individual behaviour, norms and values are shaped by the social world, and how conflict exists and is resolved. Throughout the course, you’ll be asked to reflect on your own life experiences and to consider contemporary real-world issues and events. You’ll make connections with ideas and arguments from other social sciences, such as psychology, criminology, and politics. You’ll take your learning out of the classroom, broadening your experience of work environments and cultural spaces such as museums and galleries.Sandwich YearThis course has a sandwich year which takes place between Year 2 and your Final Year. During this sandwich year you will take a placement within a relevant setting, ensuring you gain essential experience to add to your CV and help you secure a graduate job.

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