BSc Social Policy

The BSc Social Policy degree has once again been declared the best in the UK by The Guardian's 2018 university league table.

Social policy courses at Bristol

These courses are designed to introduce you to the interdisciplinary study of social policy, and to develop your skills and knowledge throughout your time at Bristol. As you move through the course you are given the chance to make more choices each year, and can construct your choice of specialisms within the range offered.

The first year, therefore, includes units covering historical and theoretical perspectives, and introducing comparative and international themes and concepts. The second year develops those conceptual frameworks and allows you to follow up your own interests in your choice of units. The third year includes the opportunity for you to design and carry out your own investigation for your dissertation, and to explore more optional areas.

Intercalated degree

The School for Policy Studies runs the BSc in Global Health - a highly successful one year intercalated degree for medical students.

Bristol Q-Step

Find out about our new Q Step programme for enhanced quantitative skills training in Social Sciences at the University of Bristol.

Social Policy magazine

Take a look at the latest Social Policy and Criminology magazine 2017 (PDF, 2,903kB) with articles from current students and teaching staff.

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Contact us

School contact: Dr David Sweeting
Email: David.Sweeting@bristol.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0)117 954 6745

Central admissions: socsci-ug-admissions@bristol.ac.uk

School for Policy Studies
University of Bristol
8 Priory Road
Bristol, BS8 1TZ

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