Faculty of Social Sciences
   
   
  

Welcome to the Faculty of Social Sciences

The Faculty of Social Sciences is one of the largest and most diverse in Europe, with over 650 staff across seven different schools whose teaching and research varies across a wide range of topics, theories, and methods of analysis.

Social sciences at Nottingham have a long history dating back to 1798, and since then they have grown in depth and breadth to include a wide range of subject areas and academic disciplines.

The faculty offers almost 50 undergraduate courses and more than 100 postgraduate courses, and is home to the Q-Step Programme in Quantitative Analysis and an ESRC Doctoral Training Centre and Doctoral Training Programme as part of the Midlands Graduate School Consortium.

Find out more about the Faculty of Social Sciences at Nottingham.

The University is ranked in the top 100 worldwide for social sciences according to QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017.

 

 

Latest news

Criminal Justice Research Centre Newsletter - Spring 2017

Description
The Criminal Justice Research Centre newsletter for Spring 2017 is now available.
Date:
24 March 2017

School of Education graduate is UKLA Student Researcher of the Year

Description
MA Creativity, Literacies and Learning student wins award
Date:
24 March 2017

New volume on Exploitation released in CSSGJ book series

Description
The Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice is pleased to announce a new title in the Rowman & Littlefield International book series, Studies in Social and Global Justice.
Date:
23 March 2017

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Events

Structural Equation Modelling (Advanced Training Course)

Date
23 (09:30) - 24 March 2017 (17:00)
Location:
Park Campus, University of Nottingham
Description
Sorry, booking has now closed for this course.

New Dawn? The 1997 general election

Date
25 March (10:00) - 04 June 2017 (17:00)
Location:
People's History Museum
Description
An exhibition looking at the 1997 general election taking place at the People's History Museum, Manchester from 25 March-4 June 2017.

18th Annual Student Human Rights Conference 2017 LGBT+ rights in the 21st Century: Free and Equal?

Date
25 March 2017 (10:00-17:00)
Location:
Highfield House, University Park
Description
The Conference aims to look at the advancements made in the application of human rights law for LGBT+ people, and will critically evaluate whether all are 'free and equal'.

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Faculty of Social Sciences

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham
NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0)115 823 2356