The Faculty of Social Sciences and Law has an excellent reputation for teaching and research.
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Law is one of the largest faculties in the University, with around 2,200 undergraduates, 2,300 postgraduates, 300 academic and research staff and over 200 support staff. The Faculty's student population is diverse and internationally mixed. There are five Schools, two Departments and a Bristol Institute based in the Faculty.
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Here are some answers to some Frequently Asked Questions.
Competition for admission to the Faculty is strong and graduates are greatly sought by employers. There are a wide range of careers open to our graduates many of whom go on to work in a variety of legal, professional, managerial and other career areas. More than half of our students graduate with a First or Upper Second degree so opportunities for further study and research careers are also possible. The University has an excellent, nationally recognised Careers Advisory Service that provides a range of services to students and staff.
We offer a comprehensive range of Single and Joint Honours programmes. Full programme details, entry requirements and contact details can be found in our Undergraduate Prospectus. Our programmes are popular with international students as well as UK / EU students.
Information for deaf and disabled students is also available.
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Useful information for international students is available.
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