Why study Law and Sociology at Warwick?
- This degree is jointly taught by Warwick School of Law and the Department of Sociology, both of which are consistently ranked by national and international league tables as amongst the best. Warwick School of Law is ranked 38th in the QS World University Rankings 2014/2015 and Sociology is ranked 23rd in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2014/2015 and 4th in The Guardian University Guide 2016.
- Warwick School of Law pioneered - and continue to apply - a unique approach to the study of law: one that is contextual, comparative and international. Its approach provides an excellent foundation for students wishing to become solicitors or barristers, examining the impact of economic, cultural and political change on the law, as well as exploring the critical role the law can play in improving social and economic conditions in modern societies.
- You will also study in one of the UK’s top Sociology departments. We consistently score highly in the national and international league tables, ranked 23rd in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2014/2015 and 3rd in The Guardian University Guide 2015.
- An outstanding provider of teaching and learning, we provide a first-rate environment for cutting-edge research. Our undergraduate programmes are designed and informed by high-calibre scholars, producing arguments, theories and ideas that are published and discussed around the world. We encourage our students to become active members of this lively research culture.