"The course allows freedom in terms of choosing modules, which enables you to guide your degree in the way you want it to go. It offers a wide range of topics which I have found extremely interesting." Dean Barnes BA (Hons) Sociology.

"I really liked the structure of the modules in the first year that allowed virtually every area of social life to be considered. This structure has allowed me to embrace specific topics of interest for my second year such as religion and gender and health which I can write about in my assignments."
James Donovan, BA (Hons) Sociology

“What attracted me most was how NTU offered a form of active learning. The Sociology course allows you to interact with peers in workshops so you can build upon skills together and gain more insight through discussions and activities, rather than focusing solely on theories from books. Also,
it offered us the chance to partake in projects outside of the University alongside our peers; this gives us better understanding of the functions of a society that we would be studying.”
Keely Dunning, BA (Hons) Sociology

“I like the politics side of the course the most, particularly the political theory and application of that
knowledge on society. I also love the fact that the degree challenges me to criticise the world around
me, that’s what I suppose I like best.”
Rhys Higgins, BA (Hons) Sociology and Politics

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