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Bachelors Degrees in Social Sciences Worldwide

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Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities with Foundation Year BA, BSc

SOAS University of London United Kingdom

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Social Sciences BSc (Hons)

University of Kent United Kingdom

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Social Sciences Route BDes

University of Alberta Canada

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Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor Degree

Western Sydney University Australia

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Social and Behavioural Sciences BSc

Erasmus University College, Erasmus University Rotterdam Netherlands

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Social-Economic Sciences Bachelor

University of Antwerp Belgium

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Psychological Science Bachelor Degree

University of Padua Italy

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Psychology BS

Webster Leiden Campus Netherlands

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BA in European Studies: Politics and Society in a Global Context Bachelor Degree

Institute of European Studies, Jagiellonian University Poland

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Psychology - Psychosocial Disciplines BSc

Berlin School of Business and Innovation Germany

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Economics BA

Webster Geneva Campus Switzerland

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Applied Social Sciences BA

University of Sheffield United Kingdom

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Social Sciences BA (Hons)

Edinburgh Napier University United Kingdom

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Applied Social Science BA

University of York United Kingdom

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Undergraduate Foundation Programme in Humanities and Social Sciences Other UG Award, Undergraduate Foundation Programme

ONCAMPUS Southampton United Kingdom

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Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Psychology BSocSc (Hons)

The Education University of Hong Kong Hong Kong

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Study a Social Sciences degree abroad in 2024

Social sciences as an academic discipline looks at the study of society and human behaviour. This also includes how people interact with each other and the world around them, and how this effects the way in which society develops, and how this influences the world. There are several subject areas within social sciences, these include things such as anthropology, economics, linguistics, politics and psychology, among others.

Graduates of a degree in social sciences will have a wide range of career paths available to them. These include social worker, human resource manager, political researcher, journalist, and counsellor, among others.

Your degree will be delivered through a mixture of modes. These will include lectures and seminars, as well as possible group projects. Depending on your course, you may also have the opportunity to take part in a work placement. Modules you study could include:

  • Modern Society
  • Social Problems and Social Change
  • Human Rights
  • Sociology of Death
  • Humanitarianism

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